North Myrtle Beach Surfing: Lessons & Things To Know

Photo Credit: Surf-Forecast.com

When planning your trip to North Myrtle Beach, you will find it is home to the best surfing spots in East Coast for new surfers. On a typical day, the waves are of average size making it easier for the first time and less experienced surfers to navigate the waters easily and still have a great time.

The knee-high waves are best suited for body surfing which is the best place to start for those who want to become good stand-up surfers. If you have a bit of experience and would like to try standup surfing, you can keep tabs on the waves at Surf-Forecast to determine the appropriate time. Look for breaks exceeding two-to-three feet to make sure you’re poised for a fun day on the water.

Surf Lessons With North Myrtle Beach Locals

Photo Credit: Jack’s Surf Lessons Myrtle Beach

In North Myrtle Beach, surfing lessons and surfing equipment for hire are available at Jack’s Surf Lessons, an award-winning company that has been around since 2010. The lessons are offered on a private, semi-private or group basis with each lesson taking one or two hours. With Jack’s Surf Lessons and Board Rentals, you will learn surfing, stand-up paddle boarding, and kayaking. For more information on these other fun water sports, read our North Myrtle Beach kayaking guide.

You can also find surfing lessons and equipment for hire at Kokopellisurfcamp.com. With the Kokopelli Surf Camp LLC, you will learn from surfing champions such as Wyatt Todd, the 2014 East Coast Longboard record holder, and his brother Brandon Todd. The surfing boards for hire are delivered to you quickly after making an order.

While at the beach, you can also enjoy parasailing, which involves flying on a boat propelled parachute. While exploring surfing may be fun for you, not everyone in your group may want to join you — do not worry, there is plenty to do at the beach.

The weather at North Myrtle Beach is usually favorable for water sports and outdoor activities in the better part of the year. Sunshine and blue skies begin from early spring through late fall and sometimes extends deep into the Fall months. July is normally the hottest month of the year while January is the coldest. It is, therefore, advisable to visit the beach between March and November, although you will be met with much smaller beach crowds during the Winter months.

If you love scenic and historical tours, you can take a trip to the wet, wild side of Myrtle Beach. Some of the areas to visit include the Cherry Grove Beach Park, a protected environmental site and the La Belle Amie Vineyard, a pastoral family-owned winery nestled in a forest of pines and oaks. If you are wine and nature lover, the La Belle will give you a lifetime experience. The vineyard is open from Monday to Saturday and is among the best places for live music and festivals in North Myrtle Beach.

There are many other great places to visit in North Myrtle Beach for a memorable experience. The diverse culture of the east coast is in itself very exciting. If you love taking risks, the beaches along the East Coast offer some of the best water experiences.

What are you waiting for? No need to pack a surfboard, you can rent one easily and plan your trip with Grand Strand Resorts at one of our popular oceanfront condo rentals so you’re seconds from the beach. Book today and enjoy fun activities while you visit beautiful North Myrtle Beach.

 

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