NLand, North America's first artificial surf pool, opens October 7th, 2016, in Austin, USA.

The dream has become a reality for Doug Coors, the man who envisioned surfing in the heart of Texas, and 200 miles away from the Gulf of Mexico.
The world's second man-made surf lagoon is also the second installment by Wavegarden, the wave generating technology developed in the Basque Country by José Manuel Odriozola and Karin Frisch.
"As a surfer and an engineer, NLand has been a dream of mine for the past 20 years. We have had our share of challenges, but they are behind us, and I look forward to sharing our waves with the world," expressed Doug Coors, the founder of NLAnd.
NLand: you can get barreled in Austin, Texax | Photo: Wavegarden
For those who live far from the classic Texan surf breaks, NLand will deliver head-high, open face waves with a 35-second ride for advanced surfers (Reef), challenging rollers for intermediate riders (Inside), and whitewater ripples for beginners, and kids (Bay).
The inland surfing complex built a water treatment system that utilizes bio-filtration, permanent media filtration, ozone and chlorine to treat the water. The pool is entirely self-sustaining and uses 11 million gallons of rainwater captured locally.
The NLand surf park also features a surf shop, a surf training academy, and a locally-sourced scratch kitchen. The surf pool will be open Tuesday through Sunday from 11am to 8pm, and on Mondays from 2pm to 7pm.