The Ultimate Where To

So you’ve strapped your surfboard up to your roof of your car, you have your gear packed up and are ready to get freakin shacked but your next section is “where to surf?” right? This page is a dedicated directory of places to surf around the world. Please take note that this will be a work in progress. As of the time I’m posting this I only have 3 countries added to this list.

We receive traffic from all over the world, New Zealand, the US, and Australia has been our biggest source of traffic so we focused on these locations first. If you’d like to see your city added to this list (or not added) send me a message on Facebook.

It feels like we find new surf spots every single day from our readers. So this one’s gonna take me a while to complete, however feel free to reach out with spots all over the United States.

Also See : Surfboard sizes & guide

USA Directory For Surfing

East Coast Surf Spots

The Wall, New Hampshire

The Zoo, Michigan

Long Beach, Washington

Ocean City, Maryland

S Turns, North Carolina

Narragansett, Rhode Island

Cocoa Beach, Florida

Cape Cod, Massachusetts

West Coast Surf Spots

Salmon Creek, California

Yakutat, Alaska

Ocean Beach, California

Klamath River, California

Cape Kiwanda, Oregon

S Turns, North Carolina

Windansea, California

Silver Strand, California

La Jolla Shores, California

Swamis, California

Wilderness, Puerto Rico

Laguna Beach, California

Hanalei Bay, Hawaii

Banyans, Hawaii

Newport Beach (The Wedge), California

San Onofre, California

Haleiwa, Hawaii

Trestles, California

Waimea Bay, Hawaii

Jaws, Hawaii

Maverick’s, California

Huntington Beach, California

Pipeline, Hawaii

Australian Directory

Central Coast, NSW
Exmouth, WA
Yamba, NSW
Kiama, NSW
Bicheno, TAS
Victor Harbor, SA
Wonthaggi, VIC
Kalbarri, WA
Ulladulla, NSW
Sunshine Coast, QLD
Batemans Bay, NSW
Gold Coast, QLD
Merimbula, NSW
Esperance, WA
Streaky Bay, SA
Forster-Tuncurry, NSW

New Zealand Directory

Shipwreck Bay
White Rock
Fitzroy Beach
The Bluff
Te Arai Point

Costa Rica

Hermosa Beach
Cabo Matapalo & Playa Pavones

Surfing Jaco
There’s much to be said about the beautiful surf town of Jaco. Overall, the city has some great spots to eat with decently priced hotels to stay in.

Jaco isn’t the most popular location on this list but it does have some waves. Surfing Jaco is best handled on the South – Southwest typically causing breakers from the left and the right.

For the most part Jaco isn’t the most crowded beach, but when low-tide rolls around the locals flock to the beach.

Dominical Surf
Dominical is mainly beach break and demands a mid-high experience level when surfing. Waves break both right and left and the falling tides seem to be best.

About the Author Chet Thornberry

My name is Chet and I'm a surfer living in Cocoa Beach. I created this blog to put my experience with surfing, skimboarding, bodyboarding, and paddleboarding to good use (pretty much all things water sports).

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