We pride ourselves on providing a safe and supportive environment for campers to try new things and to become their best selves. Catalina Sea Camp maintains accreditation from the American Camp Association (ACA), which involves a rigorous assessment process of over 100 health and safety standards. While we have learned a lot in our 40 years of experience, we continue to search for new activities to offer campers, new practices for staff training, and new ways to improve our program so that we can continue making a positive difference in the lives of children.
At Catalina Sea Camp, campers have access to unique activities that cannot be found at other summer camps. Campers participate in activities that are the perfect combination of marine science, ocean adventure, and summer camp fun.
Our private locations in sheltered coves on the leeward side of Catalina Island allow us to offer snorkeling, scuba diving, sailing, and marine science classes in conditions that cannot be replicated anywhere else in southern California.
Catalina Sea Camp staff are passionate about our mission to make a positive difference in the lives of children. All our staff go through an intensive interview process, with each applicant being interviewed by at least one of our directors. Additionally, all staff are background checked and thoroughly screened before being hired.