|Find the best surf spots||
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go on highway 30 and drive past the university. go up the road and stay on the left. go up the hill for around 1.5-2.5 miles. on your RIGHT look for an old iron gate with a keep out sign (on the left side will be a view of the ocean right beforeyou get to the gate). right next to it will be a path to walk down to the beach. the path turns into a dirtroad after a while, but the gate i always locked. no one is ever on this beach, at most, maybe 10 locals/university students or maybe a few fishermen. on a good day you can hear the waves break after a short walk down the trail.
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By North_Left_punk , 12-02-2007
not to shabby - not too bad. I am going to school down here and it doesn't take long to get too. it breaks maybe 3-5 times a week, or sometimes not at all. look for storms and low pressure in the north for advice on when to go. been a few times and the waves generally break pretty nicely.
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