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April’s Surf Park Headlines

Seasonable surf park destinations across the Northern Hampshire are preparing for a great summer season, while other parks in the works are inching closer to opening.

Here’s a look at all the surf park headlines to kick off April.

Catching Waves in Georgia

Surfers could soon be catching waves near Atlanta, Georgia. Local media reports say a group called Surf ATL is working on a mixed-use development that will include restaurants, retail, a hotel, an RV area, and a wave pool. The organization hopes to break ground by early next year.

UK Surf Park Clears Hurdle to Move Project Forward

Another surf park planned for the UK is moving forward. Local government officials okayed the project in Kent, which sits in the southeast corner of England. Environmental groups pushed back over concerns about the project, which features a surf lagoon and hotel. However, resubmitted plans for the project take environmental considerations into account.

The Benefits of Surf Lagoons

Endless Surf is showcasing the power of surf lagoons for developers. The company posted a new blog highlighting how surf lagoons are anchors for developments. It’s a fact that waterfront property is more valuable. The surf park industry allows any community to become waterfront. Learn more about how surf lagoons can bump your development’s value.

Another PerfectSwell Pool is in the Works for Japan

PerfectSwell continues to announce more projects. The latest announcement will bring an additional pool to Japan. As of now, the project in Agocho, Shima, aims to open in Summer 2026. This would be PerfectSweel’s fourth full-scale pool, which includes Waco Surf, Boa Vista Village in São Paulo, Brazil, and Surf Stadium in Japan.

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