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Over Indian River Inlet Bridge to North side. Take left to parking lot (7$ fee) and go under bridge (watch out for glass in sand under the bridge).
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Best tide movement
Bring your funshape,longboard,shortboard. June through July is average 3 foot. But August and September are pretty big because of hurricane season. Winter swells are nice, but bring a fullsuit because the water is 44 degrees in winter.
The localism here is pretty calm, except for a little tension between shortboarders and longboarders. I would have to say that IR is a pretty mellow place.
IR Inlet has some pros and cons. Pros are the constantly changing waves and mellow locals. Cons are crabs,stingrays,sealice, and occasionaly shorebreak.
By Anonymous , 01-09-2010
Indian river - This is a relatively good surf spot on certain days. Great place to learn to surf. grew up comming here lov it.
By American Indian Local , 24-11-2008
White men keep out! - It's INDIAN river inlet, it breaks best during INDIAN summer, & go surf by YOUR rivers some place else!!
By Anonymous , 24-12-2006
POOP - IRI is ok sometimes it goes off on some bigger days it used to break like an angel when it was pretty shallow way out.. But it breaks for a sometimes left and right by the jetty and if you walk about 200 yards maybe further down the beach theres a nice spot where it coves out and can hollow out and break for some long rides sometimes.. MAHALO!
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