It’s Summertime… Got Kids?

Here are three local must-dos for the kiddos this summer!

It happens every year, in less than two weeks our kids will be on the loose! While visions of screen-time might be dancing in their heads, we are dusting off our beach bags and making grand plans for our summer bucket lists. In reality, beach days make for a ton of laundry and it’s nice to add a pinch of routine to the summer, even just a day here, or a week there.

Check out these three unique, local camps for the tiniest bit of relief, or maybe just time to get the beach laundry done and hit the grocery store! Most importantly, your kids will be thrilled.

We’re all in the same boat!

Westlake Yacht Club’s Sailing Academy is easy, breezy and super cool

The adorable little yacht club in Westlake Village is a private club, owned and operated by its members. The club offer’s a unique junior sailing program for kids ages 9-18. The program is open to the public, and no experience necessary. In addition, Westlake Lake is an ideal spot to learn basic sailing and racing skills that will last a lifetime. Moreover, campers are invited to sail the regattas through the year. More info here.

Need flexibility?

The Westlake Junior Golf Program always delivers

Hurry over to Westlake Golf Course, as time is running out! This solid summer-long program has it all. Swing, Chip &Putt clinics, Rules & Etiquette clinic and group lessons, all with multiple days and times to choose from, and you may choose a different day and time each week. Additionally, there are a few evening contests for the young golfers to look forward to, as well as an end of summer awards presentation. Camp is for kids ages 8-17 and registration includes a yearlong membership! More info here.

Rise and Shine…

Farm Camp is fab and fun

The Underwood Family Farms Farm Camp appeals to all 4-11 year olds. What’s not to love about animals and growing (and eating) perfect strawberries? Your little farmer will interact with a variety of animals and pick his/her very own fruits and vegetables to bring home. Crafts and farm games are a given. Above all, the highlight is the Animal Show put on by the campers for their families. More info here.

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