Sandy Hook is a barrier spit, approximately 6 mi/9.6 km in length and varying between 0.1 mi/0.16 km and 1 mi/1.6 km wide in Middletown Township, in Monmouth County, lengthwise the Atlantic Ocean coast of eastern New Jersey. The eastern shoreline consists of public beaches, where many visitors have the opportunity to spend their holidays.
If you want to get in touch with a place, where you will be able to spend all your positive energy by exercising a challenging activity, Sandy Hook is the best place to visit. Thanks to the wind and currents that come across the bay, you will have the opportunity to practice an amazing activity. As you will see, the spot offers you the right conditions for the best kitesurfing!!!
The water is flat and shallow and its quality is cloudy. However, be careful of the strong currents. You should also avoid launching from the parking lot C, where windsurfers launch, because it may become dangerous. The beach is sandy and you can launch on the sandbar to avoid possible hazards. Best wind comes from the north and easterly wind is onshore on the ocean side. For beginners, the bay is considered the best, with S, N and NW winds. Best winds are during spring and fall. The wind speed ranges from 15 to 25 knots/27.7-46.3 kph. The appropriate season to exercise this activity is from March to December.
After your favorite activity, you can have some fun in the impressive cafes that you will find nearby.