Kiteboarding / Kitesurfing in Revere Beach, Boston, Massachusetts USA

Sandy beach:
Open :
8am to 6pm
Revere Beach is a public beach located at about 4 mi/6.5 km in the north of downtown Boston, the beach, founded in 1895, is the first public beach in the country. More than 250,000 bathers relax along Revere's shores on hot summer afternoons. There is transportation leaving from Boston and a stop directly on the beach for the ones who want to disembark there.

It is a wide and sandy beach with a nice view of  Winthrop and Nahant, visible in the horizon. A lot of people visit the spot to exercise some kite-surfing, with autumn and fall being the best seasons to practice it. It is a good place for beginners, but excellent for experts when conditions are right.

Best wind comes from the Southwest with its main course being from the North, Southwest, West and Northwest. South and Southeast wind  is optimal. Note that you must not kite south of the ‘Fiesta Building’ in summer from 8am to 6pm. Later on, it is allowed.

Regarding hotels and restaurants, you can find plenty in Revere, but if you want other options, Boston is just nearby.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Boston Center
6.9 mi / 11.1 km, 19 mins
Head South West at Tremont St towards School St to take the first turn right on Beacon St and then again right on Somerset St. Take the first turn left at Ashburton Pl and then again right on Bowdoin Square. Continue towards New Chardon St , turn right to enter Massachusetts 1A N/State Hwy 1A N towards Logan Airport. Follow the signs to Massachusetts 1A N/Revere and enter Massachusetts 1A N/State Hwy 1A N. Left turn at MA-60 W and at the circular node take the 4th exit on MA-107 S/Broadway towards Revere Chelsea. Turn left on Tapley Ave and then right on School St. When you find Eastern Ave your destination is on your left.
Boston Logan International Airport,
4.8 mi / 7.7 km


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