Our senior editor and true player for real, Cody Dresser made it out to the grand opening of the Wave House in San Diego’s very own Belmont Park. If your not knowing, they have two artificial wave’s up in there. First you have the baby-bird Flowrider, this one is pretty mellow. It’s shaped like a small quarter pipe and pushes water out one side and up the other. The real deal Flowrider—Bruticus Maximus—is about ten feet high with a heavy, stationary barrel. Bruticus dishes out 100,000 gallons per minute, topping out at 30 miles per hour. The water rushes over a carefully engineered soft-foam covered surface and up a wall, which in turn becomes the barrel. Anyways Dress-dog along with Snowboarder dudes Joel Muzzy, and Marty Ward, were on hand to witness Terje Haakonsen, Andy Finch and friends tear this thing apart.

Stuff costs money:

There is a one-time $10 registration fee. Then $20 per session/hour after that— your first hour will be $30.

Minimum is 4 riders, Maximum is 10.

Hours:

Mon—Saturday 12-8 (Last session at 7)
Sunday 12-6 (Last session at 5)

MapQuest it:

3125 Mission Blvd San Diego, CA 92109
(858) 228-9283
www.wavehouse.com