Best Places To Surf In The U.S.

North Shore Oahu, Hawaii

Oahu's North Shore, home of the Triple Crown of Surfing competitions, according to surfing legends.

Santa Cruz, California

Santa Cruz is renowned as one of the top surfing cities worldwide, with waves ranging from gentle waves to huge waves.

Huntington Beach, California

A mecca for wave lovers in Southern California, Huntington Beach ranks high when it comes to surfing towns.

Cocoa Beach, Florida

This Florida beach town hosts the annual NKF Rich Sallick Pro/Am surf festival every Columbus Day weekend.

Half Moon Bay, California

Half Moon Bay’s biggest surf break, Mavericks is located just outside Pillar Point Harbor and attracts surfers from across the globe. 

Malibu, California

L.A. Just a short drive from downtown, Malibu Beach offers beautiful white beaches, a laid-back climate and some of the hottest surf spots around.

San Diego, California

San Diego offers 70 miles of coastline providing a variety of waves and conditions.

Montauk, New York

While the entire East Coast is filled with sandy beaches from the tip of the Florida Keys north.

The Outer Banks, North Carolina

The Outer Banks experience some powerful beach breaks in the tropical swells of fall that can get shapely and hollow.

Seaside, Oregon

Oregon’s northern coast is home to some of the best breaks in the Pacific Northwest along with expansive sandy beaches that stretch for miles. 

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