Wind Surfing in West Dennis Beach, Cape Cod, Massachusetts USA

Best wind direction:
South, Southwest
West Dennis beach is a long, sandy beach, very popular among the beaches of Cape Cod in Massachusetts, USA.

The water is shallow, waist deep and warmer compared to the beaches close by. People who prefer West Dennis beach come here for wind surfing and beach sports, so during high season it gets very crowded. It has consistent winds coming from south and southwest, being the best wind direction.

The main wind direction is northeast, south, southwest and northwest. Good south and southwest winds blow in the summer months and this is the best time of the year to visit the location for practicing wind surfing. When the tide is low, it can be a perfect spot for beginners.

The spot provides surfers with facilities such as showers, lifeguards, playground and spacious parking but it is not for free. Many people don’t like the seaweed that are piling up across the beach, but it is a common phenomenon when there are strong winds. West Dennis has a variety of hotels, restaurants and attractions to choose from.

How to Get to Destination

79.3 miles (127.62 km), 1 hour 30 minutes
Head SW at Tremont St to School St. Turn left to Boylston St, continue driving towards Essex St, turn right to enter I-93 S. Use exit 7 to your left to Cape Cod. Enter MA-3 S. Keep driving towards U.S. 44 E, continue to MA-3 S and then US-6 E. Use exit 7 Willow St to Yarmouthport/W Yarmouth. Turn right to Willow St. Then again right to Massachusetts 6A E. Turn left to Nobscussett Rd, again left to New Boston Rd. Turn right to Beach St. Then left to Black Flats Rd. Continue towards Taunton Ave. Left to Dr Botero Rd. Continue towards Chapin Beach Rd. Your destination is on your right.
Barnstable Municipal Airport,
11.5 miles (18.507 km)


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