Surfing Lessons - Zacks Beach Surfing Lesson Information Huntington Beach California

 

 

 

Video with information about surfing lessons in Huntington Beach actually is useful information about surfing at all California beaches. Do you want to learn how to surf? Stephanie at Zack's has teaches lessons, and has some useful tips for you.

 

Stephanie, shown on the video above, has surfed since she was a kid on the surfing team and Dwyer Middle School in Huntington Beach. She still loves to teach surfing, even though shee's moved onto college and the world beyond. She discusses who can learn to surf, and where they can get lessons. She often teaches at Zack's Surfing School in Huntington Beach (714) 536-0215 (beachfoodfun.com)

 

When you visit a California beach, you discover that lots of people are doing something fun. Well, in addition to sunbathing, they are surfing, as well. As a matter of fact, an entire culture surrounds surfing in California, making it certainly one of the top ocean sports (sailing, body surfing, wind surfing, kite surfing, kayaking, swimming and scuba diving are a few more).

 

There are many capitals of surfing in California, too. For those who have surfed all their lives, each has a favorite spot he or she may gravitate toward. Many like the waves of the San Francisco Bay area where famed Mavericks can serve them up to 60 feet tall.

 

Then there's the Central Coast faves--Pismo Beach and Santa Barbara coastline.  Surfing outside Santa Barbara stretches from Goleta & Gaviota to Rincon, a famous spot on the Ventura / Santa Barbara County line, where groms to pros like to go.

 

South Bay in L.A. feature Hermosa, Redondo and Manhattan Beach, all supreme surfing spots. In OC you'll find the action gets hot in Sunset, Seal jetty, Huntington, Newport Wedge, Laguna's Thalia and San Clemente with the famed Trestles.

 

San Diego surfers are passionate about their sport. You'll find Oceanside, Encinitas and San Diego all have surfing competitions and clubs that have been around for many years.