SUrf

Surf
09 - 16 Jul, Scoughall , S1 - S6, £367.00
Accompanied travel: Glasgow, Edinburgh

SUrf Camp is a small but perfectly formed week of epic adventure and laid back fun. You don't need to be able to surf to come on this holiday, you just need to be up for having sand between your toes and a smile on your face.

There'll be top quality accredited surf instruction out on the wide open beaches of East Lothian each day. Back at site there will be plenty of time to experience what Scoughall has to offer, whether you love sliding down a zip wire, making beach art, exploring the Bible in creative ways, or watching some classic surf movies at night. You can hang out in the SUrf Camp prayer space, enjoy camp-fires under the stars and so much more. Whatever you choose to do during SUrf Camp you will definitely leave the week with amazing memories and a whole new bunch of best friends. Our friendly and experienced team create a relaxed and laid-back surf vibe in a safe and nurturing environment.

Your team leaders for this holiday are Brian Allen & Vicky Allen.

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What can you do here?

  • Aerial Runway
  • Assault Course
  • Beach Games
  • Boating
  • Crafts
  • Off-Site Trip
  • Sports and Games
  • Trampoline
What's the location like?

A great place for all a seaside holiday has to offer - fabulous activities… sunny east coast… campfires on the beach…loads of outdoor fun!

What's Outside?

For starters there is an absolutely massive beach. The campsite is very close to the sea, so there are bucket-loads of things to do on the beach. There’s also plenty of space around Scoughall for all sorts of fun and games…

What’s inside?

A games hall and games room with pool, table tennis and table football. There’s also a meeting room inside, along with some sleeping accommodation, the dining room, kitchen, toilets and showers.

Where is it?

One of Scotland’s sunniest spots. Scoughall (pronounced “skole”) is in East Lothian, not far from North Berwick.