Surf's Up! Plan Your Ultimate Surf Trip Adventure Today

By Noah Belachew

Cocoa Beach, FL

What better place could there be for a surf trip than the surf capital of the East Coast? Cocoa Beach offers beginner and expert surfers alike waves that are easy to ride.

The Westgate Cocoa Beach resort is near the original Ron Jon Surf Shop and the beach. Relax in spacious two and four-bedroom suites with 800-1600 square feet of space.

Where to Stay in Cocoa Beach

San Diego, CA

One of the best things a surfer could ask for is options, and with 70 miles of coastline in San Diego, you’ll have more than enough of them for your surf trip. 

Welk Resort San Diego offers a more peaceful retreat when you need a moment away from the excitement. This resort has two golf courses, shops, and on-site dining.

Where to Stay in San Diego

Seaside, OR

A bit less known than some of its peers, the waters of Seaside, Oregon, are some of the best in the Northwest for a surf trip. The south side of the beach is especially great for surfing.

The WorldMark Seaside offers studio, one, two, and three-bedroom suites. So it can accommodate groups of all sizes. Plus, these suites come with a fireplace!

Where to Stay in Seaside

Oahu, HI

The Hawaiian island of Oahu is filled with plenty of fantastic spots for a surf trip, especially on its North Shore. Diamond Head Cliffs and Ehukai Beach Park are two of the highlights.

Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club takes luxury to a new level. Enjoy suites with living rooms, laundry rooms, and kitchen facilities to help you feel right at home.

Where to Stay in Oahu

Buy a Timeshare for a Surf Trip

Buying a timeshare will help you visit your favorite surfing spot each year to hone your skills. Learn more with the link below!

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