Gooches BeachRate this spot:
|Wave Quality Rating||3|
|Type of Wave||Reef break|
|Direction of Wave||Left|
|Bottom||Sand & Rock|
|Crowd Level||Can Get Busy|
If you want to park right on the beach, you'll need a beach pass. They cost about 20 dollars for a season pass. There are some side roads that you can park on though, but on busy days they can get pretty packed. But still, it saves you the 20 dollars!Surf Schools
Aquaholics is a great surf school! I went there for surf camp knowing only the knowledge I got from books that I've read, and after just six hours of surfing over three days, I learned how to stand up, ride a wave, surf etiquette, how to turn, catch a wave, and how to do some cool tricks. It's 150 dollars a person, and they supply you with a softboard/leash and a wetsuit. Also, there's an instructor for every 2-3 students. It's a great way to learn and they also supply SUP lessons/tours, and private lessons. There's also a surf shop at Aquaholics as well.When its Flat?
When it's low tide, you could walk down the left side (when facing the ocean on the sidewalk.) of the beach to the path that leads to Strawberry island. Only when it's low tide, you can actually walk on this walkway type of thing to this island that's just totally covered in really cool shells! You can also climb on some rocks to the right of the beach or go to some cute little shops when you go down the road on the left all the way.
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