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Drive a couple of miles north of Ron Jons on A1A. Then go down the little road after the Beach Wave and it will take you straight to the parking lot for the Pier after an intersection.
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Alternative name The Pier
Good day length
Good swell direction
Good wind direction
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Best tide position
Best tide movement
This wave is a pretty easy wave to surf. Watch out for the toursists in the beachbreak.
This spot can be very crowded on a sunny day waves or not. After a fun session you can go shower off and get a hotdog from a little food shack right next to the showers.
By Anonymous , 17-07-2010
- If you like watching people pump longboards, shortboarders hop down open walls, SUPers, kayakers, wavehogs, people swimming out into the lineup with their boards dragging behind them, and all mixed with tourists all unnecessarily packed into 1 peak this is the right place
By Kelly Slater , 09-06-2006
Cocoa beach rocks - I've surfed all over the world and this place is still the best. I'm gonna retire here, forget hawaii man.
By Alex , 25-03-2005
Cocoa Beach rocks!!! - I was in Cocoa Beach 3 days ago. The place is good and locals are friendly. I must admit that it was utra-crowded but the waves were good. If you are looking for blue/green water you'll have to move south but if you like surfing and good waves you are at the right place.
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