The Washington State coastline is the third longest in the U.S. If you are a surfer, then you’re probably well aware of this fact and know exactly where and when to catch a break.
Homeowners of Seabrook and residents of Grays Harbor County surf the waves right at Seabrook, where the beach is, on-average, a 5-minute walk from anywhere in town.
“As you sit on your board beyond the waves waiting for the break, the peaceful quietness is all you hear.” – Grays Harbor County resident who surfs at Seabrook
Book A Seabrook Surf Lesson
If you’re interested in trying the waves, then visit Buck’s Northwest (previously Buck’s Bikes) so they can provide more insight into what can be done immediately in the area. Located on Front Street, you can practically see your waves and plot your course.
At Bucks Northwest, they offer all equipment rentals, as well as lessons, of various water “surfing” related activities! Each instructor is knowledgeable and also Red Cross Lifeguard Certified.
Visit Buck’s Northwest in person or see their website to book a lesson today!
Quick Tips For Cold Weather Surfing
Eat up. Did you know that certain foods can help you maintain body heat? Bananas, lean meats, and ginger root are just a few foods that can help.
Suit up. Ask a professional about the correct wet suit to wear in colder water temperatures. Appropriate booties and gloves are also crucial to stay in safe in colder water.
Warm up. Just like any exercise, it’s important to warm up your muscles before doing anything strenuous. Jog in place, do some jumping jacks, or an exercise of your choice to get your body warmed up.
Buddy up. It is always a good idea to have at least one other person surf with you in colder weather where the waves and currents may be stronger than in the warmer months.