Braille Skate Camp
We're so excited to offer Braille Skate Camp for 2024! Camp is located at our private warehouse in San Leandro, California. Upon camp purchase you will receive an email with more information and specific address and arrival instructions.
Camp is a mix of one on one skate instruction, group instruction, free skate and other activities. Every camper gets a T shirt that says "I Skated The Braillehouse". You can leave the t shirt size in the notes upon order or we will ask for it before camp to ensure we have adequate sizes on the first day of camp. On the final day of camp we will paint our own skateboards, the blank deck is part of the camp fee.
Spring Break Camp details below!
If you would like to do part of a camp week, please email us as we can work out day rates for you. We realize people travel and have family in town and you shouldn't have to pay for a full week if you won't use all the days!
Spring camp dates:
Camp size is kept small so all students can have daily one on one coaching in addition to free skate and group instruction.
Camp Hours: 9am - 3pm (Extended Care also available as an add-on)
For this camp, extended care hours are available as an add-on purchased. Extended hours camp is 8:30am to 4:30pm. To purchase, click "Add Extended Care".
Camp is limited to 12 children, ages 8 - 16. Please leave your camper's name and age in the notes at checkout. (If you feel your child should attend but does not fit in this age range, email us firstname.lastname@example.org!)
I was just a camper in the July session and really enjoyed learning more tricks. The teachers and staff are super good! Robby and Sarah are really supportive and helpful and Derek in the office is super fun and nice!
Our purpose here at Braille Skateboarding is to inspire, motivate and teach the world to skateboard. We believe that anyone can and should skateboard regardless of age, color, body shape or size.
Here at Braille we want everyone to feel like they can progress on their board and learn to skate! That’s the basis that Braille is built off of and we won’t stop until skateboarding is the most popular sport in the