Surfing In Orange County California
Are you looking for the top California’s Orange County surfing beaches? Having 42 miles of beach line, surfers know the best spots and where the action is:
Home of a NSSA (National Scholastic Surfing Association) National contest, due to the powerful, hollow waves, the Lower Trestle also hosts professional events. This beach is located at the southern tip of Orange County and is divided into the Upper, Lower, and Middle Trestles surfing areas. These areas stay crowded with seasoned surfers but anyone is welcome who plays well with others.
If you are looking for a beach that has consistent waves and is good for all levels of skill, T-Street Beach is a great place to check out. The San Clemente High School Surf Team trains here and is one of the best surf teams in the USA. In the summertime, there are set hours for surfing before 9 AM and after 6 PM.
At the northern end of the county, in Dana Point, Doheny Beach is a great place for beginner surfers and those who want to longboard. The waves are mellow and offer long rides.
Huntington Beach Pier
Welcome to “Surf City” and miles of great waves. The U.S. Open of Surfing annual surfing contest, one of the largest surfing competitions in the world, is held on the south side of the pier. Beginners to pros mix it up in this event.
Surf’s Up! Orange County surfing is on! Check out Amusement Parks here.