This is a great little surf spot, used by all experience levels and very popular as a result. It’s friendly too, despite the large numbers of tourists and novices that gather here the regulars are good humoured and there’s rarely any hassle.
This is a spot for experienced surfers that has good waves and sometimes even decent tubes. It’s fairly relaxed, there’s no hassle from unfriendly locals and it tends to have fewer people on it than other beaches nearby.
This is an interesting spot, right by the inlet and catching some of the bigger swells in the area. It is, however, only suitable for experienced surfers. Townsends Inlet is at the south end of the island from Sea Isle City, and St. Phillips is off the shore there.
Like the nearby ‘pipes’ spot, this is a shallow break that should only be used by experienced surfers. It’s fast and powerful but a lot of fun, especially in winter when the crowds have gone home and it becomes less touristy, more relaxed and a generally happier place to be.
This is a spot that only breaks on the biggest swells, and as such it is only suitable for experienced surfers. It isn’t very consistent, but if you happen to be around when a big storm goes off nearby head down here.
A very consistent spot, this should only be tried by attempted by experienced surfers due to the hazards. It’s still fun if you have the experience though, and offers the chance of some big waves that can barrel on the best days.