Who's idea was it to "surf" the Web?
Oregon Coastal Atlas A useful resource for anyone interested in the Oregon Coastal Zone. Cool maping tools, tons of geological info about the coastal zone and links. They also post the Beach Monitoring Program testing results in a very handy format. Check it out!
Surfrider Foundation The Surfrider Foundation is a non-profit organization working to preserve our oceans, waves & beaches. Become a member and get involved!
Surfrider - Oregon Chapter Find out how you can get involved locally! Meeting dates and times posted on the home page.
Oregon Beach Monitoring Program The Beach Monitoring Program is an EPA grant funded program designed to monitor the water quality along coasts and estuaries. Tests are run on coastal waters to determine whether or not there are any pollutants present. Site posts any advisories.
MagicSeaweed.com A user driven surf forecasting service. They download an enormous amount of surf and weather related data (every few minutes) to create their own forecasts, graphs and charts designed specifically for surfers. We like their philosophy: that forecast information should be freely available on the web. Kudos, guys. They just finished the Oregon section. Check it out.
WaveWatch Their site has a ton of features, including the ability to install the WaveWatch forecasting "magnet" directly on your computer which will give you near real-time buoy information 24-7 without needing to go to the website. Email alerts are another feature. Best of all, it's free! (Here's the link to the Oregon page)
Surfline Cams and reports, forecasts, and great info about surfing around the globe. Much of it is free acess, but premium services require paid membership.
Club Of The Waves is a well established international surfing, surf art & culture site. The site profiles/showcases surf artists and photographers from around the world, and documents the history and culture of surfing.
Vintage Greg Noll Surf welcomes you to a walk through out Noll Surfboard history.
AwesomeSurfVideos.com ASV Productions make local surf videos, from tow surfing at Nelscott Reef to local contests.
Surfline's Surfology Required reading for any beginner!
Stormsurf.com Surf forecast tutorials
surfwa.org Slick site for our northern neighbors.
Surfing Vancouver Island Cool site with LOTS of photos of the breaks to our frigid north.
Shark Research Committee is requesting the assistance of the Oregon surfing community in establishing a network of volunteers willing to report encounters, observed predatory events, and sightings of White Sharks. The online Reporting Forms are available at: www.sharkresearchcommittee.com. Check the Shark News page for regional updates.
The OSU Surf Club is dedicated to bringing an opportunity to ride waves to Oregon State University students and community members throughout the mid-valley.
Christiansurfers.com This non-denominational Christian organization provides bi-weekly surfer Bible studies, surf mission trips to Latin America and abroad, and annual conferences. Local chapters are growing in Portland, Lincoln City, and Coos Bay. Invitational shortboard contest every September.
Swaylocks Surfboard Design Forum Interesting site catering to surfboard builders. Forum and classifieds.
Coastal Tour Guide Extensive tour guide from Astoria down to Florence.
Bouy Weather Their forecasting services are impressive. $20 annual subscription required.
Mavsurf Local site for Mavericks, and big wave riding in general.
SGmag.com Surf, snow, skate mag for chicks.
Eastern Surfing Association (Outer Banks) See what the right-coasters are up to.
Oregon Brewers Guild Nice map of microbreweries in Oregon.