San Clemente State Beach

San Clemente State Beach is a beautiful coastal expanse nestled under steep, rocky bluffs. You can find it halfway between the San Mateo Point and the San Clemente Pier. The surfing here is generally sub-par, there’s no reason why you should surf here over T-Street or San Onofre… [Read more]

Doheny State Beach

Doheny State Beach, also known as “Doho” is California’s oldest state park. Donated by oil tycoon Edward Doheny in 1931, the beach was named in his honor. Mentioned by the Beach Boys in “Surfin’ Safari” and “Surfin’ USA, this is a classic California longboard break. [Read more]

T Street

There’s no other way to put it, T Street is an incredible surf spot! Surfing here really gives you that classic, nostalgic, California feel that you get watching Endless Summer. Traveling along the coastline, the historic Pacific Surfliner train chugs by every thirty minutes, blasting … [Read more]

About Derek

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Surfing is my passion! When I moved to Orange County and wanted to learn, I found a huge lack of information about where to surf. Little by little, I am going to create a comprehensive guide about every surf break in Southern California. Join me on my journey. If you are interested in hiring me for professional drone photography services, please visit Drone Zone.