Photo credit: Skudin Surf at American Dream
Photo credit: Skudin Surf at American Dream

What if I told you that you could surf all year round, have no worries of sharks, you'll never get a sunburn, and the waves are always perfectly swelled. It's true and it's waiting for you in Jersey!  Skudin saying to come on in, the water is great!

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If you have been to the American Dream mall in East Rutherford, New Jersey you know it’s one of our finest attractions. This isn’t just a mall, it’s an experience. This is how you learn to surf without waiting for that perfect wave...they are all perfect!

This indoor surf pool is flipping amazing.  No sand, no beach badge...just ready made waves and a coach if you need it!

From the hours of 11am-8pm this is a super-fun wave pool...then, it transforms at night to Skudin Surf where you can book private group or solo sessions to ride the waves.

The cool part is you can choose which kind of waves you want during your session. There are all kinds of options...watching surfers ride in the "green room" is such a cool site. Yes, you can get a good long ride.

They provide the boards and if you want to be taught there is a coach available for you. Reservations are required but this is a super fun way to practice or hang with friends! I've always wanted to surf but I could not get over wondering if I look too much like a seal for any sharks that may be interested. This is PERECT!

Skudin Surf American Dream is located at 1 American Dream Way, East Rutherford, NJ

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