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Teiki Mathieu Baillan surfing a self-made Alaya surfboard in Macaroni, Mentawaï, Indonesia. Photo by C. Naslain, 2009.

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 Jenness Beach, NH

USA, North East, Northern New England

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Latitude: 42° 59.09' N
Longitude: 70° 45.742' W

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Drive along Route 1a until you hit Jenness. About 15 minutes south of Portsmouth and 10 minutes north of Hampton. Metered parking in main lot. Free parking along the side of the road.

English (Translate this text in English): Drive along Route 1a until you hit Jenness. About 15 minutes south of Portsmouth and 10 minutes north of Hampton. Metered parking in main lot. Free parking along the side of the road.

English (Translate this text in English): Drive along Route 1a until you hit Jenness. About 15 minutes south of Portsmouth and 10 minutes north of Hampton. Metered parking in main lot. Free parking along the side of the road.

English (Translate this text in English): Drive along Route 1a until you hit Jenness. About 15 minutes south of Portsmouth and 10 minutes north of Hampton. Metered parking in main lot. Free parking along the side of the road.

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 Surf Spot Characteristics

Alternative name Rye Beach

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When looking at the beach there are a set of rocks to the left. June through August there are life guards from 9am - 4pm and you will need to stay on either side of the flags. Parking is metered during summer months and heavily enforced from 10am - 6pm. Street parking is free and there are plenty of spots. A few side roads also offer parking.

English (Translate this text in English): When looking at the beach there are a set of rocks to the left. June through August there are life guards from 9am - 4pm and you will need to stay on either side of the flags. Parking is metered during summer months and heavily enforced from 10am - 6pm. Street parking is free and there are plenty of spots. A few side roads also offer parking.

English (Translate this text in English): When looking at the beach there are a set of rocks to the left. June through August there are life guards from 9am - 4pm and you will need to stay on either side of the flags. Parking is metered during summer months and heavily enforced from 10am - 6pm. Street parking is free and there are plenty of spots. A few side roads also offer parking.

English (Translate this text in English): When looking at the beach there are a set of rocks to the left. June through August there are life guards from 9am - 4pm and you will need to stay on either side of the flags. Parking is metered during summer months and heavily enforced from 10am - 6pm. Street parking is free and there are plenty of spots. A few side roads also offer parking.

Atmosphere

Mix of old and young surfers. Can become heavily crowded during summer months with vacationers. Longboard, shortboard, hybrids all come here. Majority of Jenness locals are real nice and willing to share waves. Wallies (Wall Surfers) sometimes venture north during high tide and break becomes more crowded. Beach is about a mile long, so plenty of room to spread out, no need to crowd around break in front of parking lot.

English (Translate this text in English): Mix of old and young surfers. Can become heavily crowded during summer months with vacationers. Longboard, shortboard, hybrids all come here. Majority of Jenness locals are real nice and willing to share waves. Wallies (Wall Surfers) sometimes venture north during high tide and break becomes more crowded. Beach is about a mile long, so plenty of room to spread out, no need to crowd around break in front of parking lot.

English (Translate this text in English): Mix of old and young surfers. Can become heavily crowded during summer months with vacationers. Longboard, shortboard, hybrids all come here. Majority of Jenness locals are real nice and willing to share waves. Wallies (Wall Surfers) sometimes venture north during high tide and break becomes more crowded. Beach is about a mile long, so plenty of room to spread out, no need to crowd around break in front of parking lot.

English (Translate this text in English): Mix of old and young surfers. Can become heavily crowded during summer months with vacationers. Longboard, shortboard, hybrids all come here. Majority of Jenness locals are real nice and willing to share waves. Wallies (Wall Surfers) sometimes venture north during high tide and break becomes more crowded. Beach is about a mile long, so plenty of room to spread out, no need to crowd around break in front of parking lot.

General

Spot is great for beginners -> advanced. Better vibe and more laid back than other NH spots. Plenty of room for all surfers. Can hold a swells of up to 6' - 7' before closeouts start to occur.

English (Translate this text in English): Spot is great for beginners -> advanced. Better vibe and more laid back than other NH spots. Plenty of room for all surfers. Can hold a swells of up to 6' - 7' before closeouts start to occur.

English (Translate this text in English): Spot is great for beginners -> advanced. Better vibe and more laid back than other NH spots. Plenty of room for all surfers. Can hold a swells of up to 6' - 7' before closeouts start to occur.

English (Translate this text in English): Spot is great for beginners -> advanced. Better vibe and more laid back than other NH spots. Plenty of room for all surfers. Can hold a swells of up to 6' - 7' before closeouts start to occur.

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Jenness Beach, NH
By LeDude
Jul 31, 2009
Unexpected goodness - Fun little session after rainstorm rolled through. Very few others out and had 3' clean waves coming through in sets. Wind had died down to nothing leaving conditions glassy. Jenness isn't the most consistent or largest break in New Hampshire
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Jenness Beach, NH
By mhgrffn
Mar 26, 2008
-     Caught a few decent waves early in the session.  Got tired quickly due to wind.    Pretty crowded for a March afternoon,  a lot of young guys on longboards which  surprised me.  Expected mo
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By nagasaki indain king , 21-11-2006

- watch for the monkey crabs that try to eat your surfbaord these monkey crabs are no ordinary monkey crabs there mutated and vicious they will go right for your leash and drag your board under scary shit im never messing with monkey crabs any more i learned my lesson leave monkeys alone and you should have no problem

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