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Myrtle Beach is one of 7 Major Kitesurf Hubs in South Carolina (USA) with five Kitesurf Spots, two Kitesurf Shops and three Kitesurf Schools around Myrtle Beach. Closest of its 343 Neighborhoods are Myrtle Ridge (2km north-east), Scott Acres (2km east) and Myrtle Heights (2km north-east). Myrtle Beach is surrounded by 134 watersides, nearest of which are a called Lewis Lake in the south, a called Folly Swamp in the north, a called Dick Pond in the south and a called Withers Swamp in the north-east.
Best Kitesurf Travel Dates to Myrtle Beach
Best Myrtle Beach Kitesurf Travel Dates
To maximize the number of kitesurf days around Myrtle Beach, be sure to book your flights to Myrtle Beach (MYR) for March or for December, when you will find Myrtle Beach's kitesurf weather at its best: about 16 days per month with wind-speeds of 14-20kt from western and a swell of 1.4 m at a period 10 secs from north-western directions.
You can also consider travelling to Myrtle Beach in in January or February, between April and July or between September and November, if you are satisfied with 10-14 kitesurf days per month. Average Kitesurf Conditions in these months will be found at 14-22kt from southern and a swell up to 1.3 m at a period of 10 secs from north-western directions.
Travellers heavily focussed on kitesurfing will agree that Myrtle Beach is no good kitesurf destination in August: only 7 Kitsurf days with average wind-speeds of 14-16kt from southern and a swell up to 1.2 m at a period of 10 secs from north-eastern directions can be expected at that time at Myrtle Beach.
Kitesurf Weather Foreacst for Myrtle Beach's Kitesurf Spots
Kitesurf Weather Statistics for Myrtle Beach's Kitesurf Spots
Please: note: our Myrtle Beach Kitesurf Weather statistitics are meant to give you an idea of when to travel to Myrtle Beach for kitesurfing and are calculated means of all kitesurf spots around Myrtle Beach. You will find kitesurf spots with better kitesurf conditions than indicated here around Myrtle Beach in each month. You can find a list of the best kitesurf spots around Myrtle Beach here.
Where to stay around Myrtle Beach?
If you're travelling on a budget, you will find some good value accomodation options around Myrtle Beach: Closest of the recommendable cheap hotels are Happy Holiday Motel which is very close to Myrtle Beach, Captains Quarters Resort in Withers Heights (1 km south-west), Days Inn Grand Strand in Withers Heights (1 km south-west), Aqua Beach Inn in Myrtle Beach (1 km north-east), where you can find a bed and a shower after your kitesurf sessions for under $75 per night.
If you're able and willing to pay up to $150 per night, you should check out Sea Crest Oceanfront Resort in Withers Heights (1 km south-west), 3 Palms Oceanfront Resort in Withers Heights (1 km south-west), Comfort Inn & Suites Beach Front Central in Withers Heights (1 km south-west), Holiday Inn - At The Pavilion in Myrtle Beach (1 km north-east), when planning to kitesurf at Myrtle Beach.
If you don't care for the money and are able to pay even more than $150 per night, you maybe want to book your accomodation at Sandy Beach Resort in Yaupon Circle (1 km south), Schooner Ii Beach & Racquet Club in East Chester (2 km north-east), for a little luxury between your kitesurf sessions at Myrtle Beach.
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Kitesurfing around Myrtle Beach
Nearest of its three Kitesurf Schools are The Sail in Myrtle Beach (1km north), Myrtle Beach Kiteboarding in Myrtle Beach (1km north-east) and Vertical Pilot Kiteboarding in North Myrtle Beach (27km north-east). Myrtle Beach's nearest Kitesurf Shops are The Sail in Myrtle Beach (1km north), Vertical Pilot Kiteboarding in North Myrtle Beach (27km north-east) and in (km ). If you are kitesurfing at Myrtle Beach you maybe also want to check out White Point Swash at Long Pond (20km west), Windy Hill Beach at Long Pond (22km west), Withers Swash at Lewis Lake (3km south-west) and Cherry Grove Beach at Cherry Grove Inlet (30km north) or any other of the 5 kitesurf spots around Myrtle Beach.
Kitesurf Schools around Myrtle Beach
Kitesurf Shops around Myrtle Beach
Kitesurf Spots around Myrtle Beach
You can also view all five Myrtle Beach Kitesurf Spots, two Myrtle Beach Kitesurf Shops and three Myrtle Beach Kitesurf Schools on our Myrtle Beach Kitesurf Map or even more Kitesurf Spots, Shops & Schools on our South Carolina (USA) Kitesurf Map.
Best Kitesurf Spots near Myrtle Beach
- Magnolia Beach 26%
Flagg Pond, Litchfield Retreat, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (USA) 26 km SW of Myrtle Beach
- White Point Swash 22%
Long Pond, Briarcliffe Acres, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (USA) 20 km W of Myrtle Beach
- Windy Hill Beach 22%
Long Pond, Atlantic Beach, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (USA) 22 km W of Myrtle Beach
- Withers Swash 22%
Lewis Lake, Yaupon Circle, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (USA) 3 km SW of Myrtle Beach
- Cherry Grove Beach 22%
Cherry Grove Inlet, Cherry Grove Beach, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina (USA) 30 km N of Myrtle Beach
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Myrtle Beach Kitesurf Days per Month
- You can expect 16-16 Kitesurf Days at Myrtle Beach in top months with wind-speeds of 0-0kt at Myrtle Beach. (Figures below in Percent):
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