Surfing in Sandbridge Beach, Outer Banks, Virginia USA

Wave Quality:
Wave Type:
Wave Direction:
Right and left
Best Wind Direction:
West, South
Sandbridge is a coastal community of Virginia Beach, situated along the coastline on the Currituck Banks Peninsula at the northern end of the Outer Banks.

Although, it is a small community, Sandbridge Beach hosts many visitors every year and offers them the relaxation they need. This spot is a small paradise for summer holidays. Here you can find family rental houses, restaurants and shops. Since you found the appropriate place for your relaxation, it’s time to think about adventure. Sandbridge Beach is the right place with proper conditions for surfing.

Surfing area is north of the pier. Wave quality is normal, wave type is sand-bar, wave direction is right and left and the wave length is short (50 m/164 ft). Good swell direction is at north, south, southeast, northeast and the swell size starts working at less than 1 m/3 ft and holds up to 3 m+ /10 ft+. Best tide position is low and mid tide and the best tide movement is rising tide.

Most experienced surfers can visit the spot in late summer and fall during hurricane storms, when they will be able to best enjoy this activity. This place is ideal for those who want to avoid the crowd. The spot has few surfers in both weekdays and weekends.

How to Get to Destination

BY CAR FROM Virginia Beach
13,6 miles, 21,8 km, 28 minutes.
Follow the General Booth Blvd and Sandbridge Road.
BY CAR FROM Virginia
202 miles, 324 km, 3 hours 40 minutes.
Follow the I_64 E.
BY CAR FROM North Carolina
230 miles, 370 km, 3 hours 51 minutes.
Follow the US_58 E.
Norfolk International Airport,
26 miles ( 41 km )

For service schedules, visit the site online.


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