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RE: Surfing Ontario check out rhodogardens« Reply #1 on: April 14 2005 23:04:00 »
I just put up info about my favourite spot in the Toronto area, Ben Machree park/Rhododenron Gardens. In small surf there's a nice left at the gardens, and as it get up to 4+ feet it sets up as much as 300 past the end of the point at Ben Machree Park. You can ride it all the way along the shoal and the point for a total of 1200 or so metres. even on a small day you can ride several hundred metres, I just uploaded a picture of clean 1.5 ft waves lasting 500 m with nice weather.
Surfing in Ontario?« Reply #2 on: April 27 2005 00:04:00 »
Hey there.. I am from St. Catharines but now live in Ventura Cali.. Are you seriously surfing in Lake Ontario? i have heard of people in Lake Huron and once in Lake Ontario during the Left over Huracain last year.. I have been surfing here in Ventura and i am just being able to turn into the wave.. I would love to know of anyplaces you find for when i come home for a week or so.
timing« Reply #3 on: May 11 2005 23:05:00 »
you won't likely find much this time of year, but there's some this weekend. lake huron and erie will be bigger though. Try burlington beach or... take mississauga rd to Lakeshore and go west to the Rhododendron gardens in Port Credit. You could get a 1OO yard ride on friday am.
RE: Surfing Ontario« Reply #4 on: May 13 2005 08:05:00 »
Okay, it looks like there's surf near T-dot tonight, friday the 13th!! Easterlies are wipping back down the lake after the NW's so there's some sloshing happening.
On sunday, point Abino should be do-able as well
RE: Surfing Ontario« Reply #5 on: May 17 2005 11:05:00 »
I live on Whistler Bc but in the summers I come home and live on Oro station Ontario which is between Barrie and Orillia when we have storms on the lake we get a huge on shore wind that bring in 1-2 metre waves with a ridable 200 ft into shore. It isn't winter surfing in Tofino or anything but it is fun. I left my board outwest but want to buy a used board for here if anybody has one to sell email me. And Wasaga beach is good to surf to but you have to paddle about 5 minutes out to catch anything worthwhile beyond the sand bars. I would love to meet up with anybody and surf. I go to school at Georgian College in Barrie and have Fridays off.
RE: Surfing Ontario« Reply #6 on: June 22 2005 20:06:00 »
Im from St. Catharine's, I have surfer in California and Florida near coco beach for 4 years, im living in maine this summer but my dad brought boards home for the summer and plans to go tanker surfing (where u catch the waves off freighters and super tankers) its really the only reliable way to get waves in lake ont. Look for them out somewhere near Port Dalhousie.
I'd love to hear how many people are really trying to surf Lake Ontario... i thought we were the only ones!
RE: Surfing Ontario« Reply #7 on: June 27 2005 14:06:00 »
just got back to T.O. from costa rica with my board and craving waves! learned in australia, but still somewhat at beginner level. i'd love to hook up with anyone who wants to surf the lakes. drop me an email... pura vida
RE: Surfing Ontario« Reply #8 on: June 27 2005 23:06:00 »
wasaga beach?? i would love to find out when there is any surf there! i wouldnt even mind doing some bodyboarding! should i be looking for a storm or special winds? its summer now, does anything happen in the summer or do i need to wait for fall/winter. are there anywebsites to tell me about the current water/wave conditions? please email me back...i dont always check this website... firstname.lastname@example.org