Welcome to the Austin Windsurf Club Website


Last Updated May 7, 2019
Affiliated with the US Windsurfing Association

Click here for the Austin Windsurf Facebook Page

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Visit the AWC Blog created by Vanessa here: http://austinwindsurf.blogspot.com/

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The Club address is: Austin Windsurf Club, PO Box 8, McNeil, TX 78651

AWC gatherings are normally set to coincide with major events.
See Calendar and watch here for Notices.
Next Event:
Windsurf Clinic by Scott Johnson
Date: May 19 (Sunday) 2019
Time: 9:00 AM 
Location:Lake Pflugerville
See Events Page for details.

Bob Wentz Park at Windy Point: A view (lake full) from where the granite path comes out from the parking lot.
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A view from the cove.
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At Windy Point (or any of the Highland Lakes), to report reckless behavior by boaters, or any situation on the lake that requires law-enforcement assistance, call the LCRA Ranger Dispatch Number - toll-free, 1-866-527-2267.
For life-threatening emergencies, always dial 911.

Three mailing lists are available for you to receive up to date information on club events.
The first one is the general mailing list for club events and information: Click to subscribe to austinwindsurf

The second one is for those interested in heading to the lake for the Thursday night sailing sessions: Click to subscribe to austinwindsurf-practice then click Join This Group. The third one is for those interested in racing: Click to subscribe to austinwindsurf-race then click Join This Group.

Bob Wentz Park at Windy Point Hours of Operation:

  • 8:00 AM to civil twilight (dark)

  • AWC Goals
  • Provide a means for people with common interests to get together for fun, group trips, parties, meetings and racing.
  • Promote safety and improve boardsailor skill levels through clinics and newsletters.
  • Protect boardsailors' interests in local government matters by having a unified voice.

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