- ABOUT THE SPOT
Surfing in Dewey Beach, Sussex County, Delaware USA
The town of Dewey Beach lies on a small strip of land between the Atlantic Ocean and Rehoboth Bay. Although it is a small town, especially in summer season, the spot hosts many visitors. Most of them are surfing enthusiasts. Having the weather conditions on your favor, the only things required to feel the adrenaline at the highest level, are good mood and a lot of passion.
On Dewey Beach the wave quality is sloppy, the wave type is beach-break, the wave direction is right and left, the wave bottom is sandy and the wave power is powerless. Normal length is short (50 m/164 ft) and on good days can reach normal (50 to 150 m/164 to 492 ft). Good swell direction is at southeast and east and the swell size starts working at 1.0 m-1.5 m/3 ft-5 ft and holds up to 2 m+/6 ft+. The best tide position is low and mid tide, and the best tide movement is rising tide.
So, let the sun warm your body and stand out a mile with an amazing surfing performance. Good wind direction is at northwest, west and southwest. If you visit this spot on September, you will be lucky to get in touch with the Dewey’s Beach Music Conference. Bear in mind that during summer season, you may face parking difficulties. In this case you have to park on the west side of 1 and walk a little.