NLand Surf x High Fives

#HighFivesFounder Roy Tuscany, #HighFivesAmbassador Alana Nichols & #HighFivesSupporter David Vobora take on NLand Surf Park in Austin, Texas

Anyone can be a surfer, even someone who lives hundreds of miles from an ocean!


About NLand

NLand is the world’s only inland surf destination and brewery, located in southeast Austin, just five miles from Austin Bergstrom International Airport. The 14-acre surf lagoon is the largest in the world, making waves for surfers of all levels, from beginner to pro. A 1,000 foot spectator pier spans the lagoon and provides access to a sand beach. NLand Brewing Company and Blue Prairie Restaurant overlook the lagoon, offering on-site craft brewed beer and a farm-fresh menu featuring locally sourced ingredients. NLand offers surf sessions (surfboard included), lessons, kids camps, group events, a retail shop, and activities such as yoga, live music and more. Find additional information at

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