Massachusetts Surf Spots

Massachusetts surf report and forecast, information and spot guide for surfing in Massachusetts.

Long Beach
1-2 ft
Good Harbor Beach
1-2 ft
Deveraux Beach
1+ ft
Nantasket Beach
Flat
Egypt Beach
Flat
Rexhame
Flat
Ballston Beach
1-2 ft
Cape Cod
1-2 ft
Nauset Beach
1-2 ft
Coast Guard Beach
1-2 ft
Martha's Vineyard
1-2 ft
Madaket
1-2 ft

Massachusetts Surfing Information

Surfer's guide to travelling, staying and surfing in Massachusetts.

Massachusetts is the New England state known for its rich colonial history, Harvard, and the Red Sox. It is the most populated state by far and has a nice swell window, but the line-ups are relatively quite. Although there are surf spots near Boston, the most center of the surf scene is in the southern coast toward Cape Cod. Martha’s Vineyard is wide open to a direct south swell, but access is limited since there private properties and no parking. In Mass it’s all about shifting sandbars so break locations will change. Summer is relatively flat and the water is still cold enough to get suited up. Fall to winter is the best season to surf as is all of New England. Especially on a big Nor’easter storm.