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Virginia Surfing

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The Surf is notable because, apart from the extreme north and south of the state, there is little or no access to the plethora of offshore islands that dot the coastline. These islands undoubtedly hold some quality waves and a few privileged locals make forays into this wilderness by boat. Chincoteague National Wildlife Reserve is a continuation of Assatague Island, offering miles of unspoiled beaches and waves similar to those north of the border in Maryland. Virginia Beach, or ?Va Beach? as the locals say, is another highly developed seaside resort of urban dimensions. While Va Beach isn't necessarily associated with great surf, it does have its share of days, both in ?town? and at the nearby Camp Pendleton spots. Even so, a large number of Virginia Beach surfers spend more time surfing on North Carolina's Outer Banks spots than at their local beaches.
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16 - 24°C
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4 - 14°C
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Guide icon Forecast icon Virginia Beach Grey Star Grey Star Grey Star Grey Star 12ft 10secs 72° 22mph Overcast No Reports Available. Pier, Groyne or Jetty Peaks Sand 10
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N - S Westerly All Tides
Guide icon Forecast icon Chincoteague Grey Star Grey Star 5ft 10secs 105° 15mph Overcast No Reports Available. Pier, Groyne or Jetty Peaks Sand 12
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NE - S Westerly Low to Mid Tide