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Topic: New Brunswick Surf????
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Topic: New Brunswick Surf????
Views: 33186 Replies: 15

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danno

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RE: New Brunswick Surf????

There is a small beach at Cape Enrage that I've heard is good for surfing.  I've seen waves up to about 4 feet there.
Since it's a bit out of the way, you might want to call the park before you head out.

By:

Collin

RE: New Brunswick Surf????

I've surfed at the Miscou Lighthouse, on Miscou Island, perfect conditions when it's been windy from the east. Best time to go is just when the wind start to drop. It was around five feet, long right hand wave with cobblestone bottom, which makes this perfect for a point break.
Nice place to.



By:

Dan

RE: New Brunswick Surf????

New River beach Provincial park located near point lepreau (about 15 to 20 minutes from saint john) produces some pretty nice swells on some days, before you go check windinder.com for a detailed wave forcast.

By:

Brian

RE: New Brunswick Surf????

Anyone ever investigate Sand Bay on Whitehead Island for surf? What about Anchorage Provincial Park beach on Grand Manan?

By:

adrian zaragoza

RE: New Brunswick Surf????

I guess it's old news now. The tidal bore in Moncton, since they opened the causeway, is producing a very good wave to ride on incoming tide. You may even get a 3 Km ride.




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