South Carolina Surf Spots

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

Cherry Grove
1-2 ft
Apache Pier
1-2 ft
Myrtle Beach / Pier 14
1-2 ft
Myrtle Beach
1-2 ft
Springmaid Pier
1-2 ft
Ocean Lakes
1-2 ft
13th Ave South Surfside
1-2 ft
Garden City Pier
1-2 ft
The Pier
1-2 ft
Pelican Poles
1-2+ ft
35th Street / Isle of Palms
1+ ft
Isle of Palms Pier
1-2 ft
The Washout
1-2 ft
Folly Beach / Southside
1-2+ ft
Edisto Beach
1-2 ft
Hunting Island
1-2 ft
Fripp Island
1+ ft

South Carolina Surfing Information

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

South Carolina is plagued with that east coast curse of a wide continental shelf, which saps the power from most swells. There are endless places to surf, with hundreds of miles of coastline, but mostly the surf isn’t great. Basically it’s a continuous beach break fronted by barrier islands. Hurricane season starts in late summer and that’s when surf can get good on the exposed and south facing beaches, like Ocean Isle and Long Beach, near Myrtle Beach, or the Washout near Charleston. Popular spots will get crowded when they are working, but generally the lineups are pretty quiet.