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If your familiar with the Outer Banks, a major area on the island is Corolla. 5-10 minutes down the road going south is a development called Buck Island. Next to Buck, there is a shopping center and a big Food Lion, cant miss it. To the left of the Food Lion there is a street leading back into another row of houses. Its called Dolphin Sreet. Follow it to the end, youll then go down the wooden walkway at the end of the road onto the beach. There are about 5 or 6 other boardwalks like this. Go left and count a few boardwalks as you pass them, and youll find waves.
Easy to find?
Alternative name Gazebos
Good day length
Good swell direction,
Good wind direction
Swell sizeStarts working at and holds up to
Best tide position
Best tide movement
You can park your car along the road in the development on Dolphin St. Not bad in summer, probly best in September and early winter; or during storm swells, same deal as every spot.
Secret spot, im sharing it with everyone cause its a place to go when nothings on in Buck Island or Corolla. I hate NOT surfing and its a place to catch a few waves.
Not bad. Theres waves. Dont complain.
By Murf, So cal. , 24-01-2007
Wow, only three stars - I've never surfed the East Coast and I've heard from my friends that there can be a waiting period. But WOW, at the looks of those two pics, it looks like it can get pretty clean. I would of given the place at lease three stars for those pics alone.
By Anonymous , 30-06-2006
SICK spot - G-Spot is so gnarly. I never thought I would find waves like that in the north part of the island. There is a radical sandbar down the beach that jacks up the waves. Sick lines that barrell on good days!!!
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