Surfing & Windsurfing in New York City, NY
About New York City Surfing & Windsurfing
New York City may not be as glamorous as other beach cities, but there's still water, wind, and waves so if you're eager to get out on the water, there's a way! The waves can swell up from time to time and the windsurfing can be a blast if you're cruising in the right place!
New York City has some hidden surfing gems! Head to the 92nd Street Jetty and get ready for an awesome day of surfing—or some beach time if the waves are low.
If you’re a serious surfer, Belmar is one of the top spots on the East Coast, especially in early September when it’s hurricane season and the waves are huge. Most of the time, it’s small swells and beginner-friendly though!
Planning a thru-hike of the Northville-Placid Trail? Here's your guide to Adirondack Park's most epic and all-encompassing footpath.
Known for her uncanny ability to steal backpacks and open bear canisters like a human, this is the story of Yellow-Yellow (and how her legacy still lives on).
If you're wondering how to spend an unforgettable day in Brooklyn, let this be your guide.
Finding places to go outdoors near NYC (especially without a car) can be tough. Here's a roundup of a few must-do trails accessible via public transportation.
To reach the highest points in the Adirondacks, don't expect a trail. Here's your guide to the Adirondack Herd Paths.
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