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E. 55th Street Marina. Get off I-90/Rt. 2 at E. 55th Street, follow signs to Marina. Or from downtown take N. Marginal to E. 55th Street, and turn left till road ends. Enter second driveway towards fishing pier. On big E and NE winds you will not only see break on right as you pull in parking lot, you will get your car washed from it as you drive into the parking lot from it crashing into the rocks there.
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Few people surf this spot. Area in vicinity is used by local sport fishermen to catch carp and sheepheads. Has bathrooms for changing, and a concession stand in summer months. No beach, manmade rock piles only.
This spot needs BIG East or NE winds (over 30 mph) to work. Huge, powerfull waves. Watch out for rocks and boulders at end of ride.. there is no beach.
By J , 08-06-2007
great lakes suck ass - Surfing great lakes is like surfing a fart in the bath tub.. Theres no way this spot is near to 'pro's and kamakazi' level. Theres no surf here, dont you believe it..
By 'da tikiman, owner-the last real surfshop in 'da world. , 22-11-2006
'Da Tikiman want to chekitout - o.k., where the hell is this spot? I-90...Ohio??, MI??, IL?? I'll have a look & tell you all what's what. if i like what i see, maybe give it a shot with a circa 1970, ultra-classic, absolutely one-of-a-kind, 7'0" double-wing pin "Falsa"...(courtesy of the Bahne Bros.)
By 55 gangstas , 26-09-2006
betta show some respesct, eh! - World class is the least you can say. I've surfed pipeline and its half as powerful as the 55. So stay outta here
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