Learn to ride waves at Surf's Up New Hampshire or the wind at SkyVenture in Nashua
By KIMBERLY HOUGHTON
Sunday News Correspondent | July 22. 2013 4:34PM
Surfers of all levels and abilities are expected to travel to Surf's Up New Hampshire, which is being built at the existing SkyVenture New Hampshire site at 3 Poisson Ave.
The all-season indoor SurfStream could be completed by the end of August. American Wave Machines Inc., the leader in artificial wave technology for surf parks, is constructing the new surfing adventure.
"SurfStream is the most fun water ride there is," McFarland said, praising the enormous system chosen by the Greers for the indoor facility. "It is very cold to surf outside in New Hampshire. The water inside is going to be in the low 80s, and so is the air."
Learning to surf in the ocean can be challenging, as it takes a lot of effort just to get standing on a board, he said. With the SurfStream, McFarland explained that people can often stand and ride on a surfboard fairly quickly, often during the first session.
SkyVenture, and now Surf's Up New Hampshire, are located on Poisson Avenue off the Daniel Webster Highway behind Best Buy.