Continent
North America
Country
Massachusetts (USA)
Next Big City
Boston
Next Town
Nahant, Revere
 
Type:
Ocean
Rider Ability:
Expert
Features:
No information

Water

Type:
Shallow, Flat, Chop, Small wave
Hazards:
Stones, Shells
Quality:
Cloudy
Best Tide:
Low tide, Coming tide, Falling tide

Water is very, very shallow at low tide. You have quite a walk to deep water. The water has areas of exposed clam beds at low tide and is not the cleanest but decent.

Beach

Type:
Sand, Pebbles
Size:
Tidal
Hazards:
Rocks, Bystanders, Other
Beach Users:
No information

The beach is somewhat dirty with debris, from tires to rusted old drainage pipes. There is a rock jetty on the dry part of the beach. You may not be able to kite at high tide as the tide comes right up to the rock barrier. Sand is pebbly in some spots, not a lot a launch except at mid to low tide. Bystanders with dogs.

Weather

Spring:
Shorty, Normal
Summer:
Shorts
Fall:
Normal
Winter:
Thick

New England weather is unpredictable in spring can be anything. Can kite starting in April (pre-season), May is beginning of season, June through September are best times to kite there. Summer is hot and humid. Wetsuits required most of season except July, August and September. May want to use a shorty in September. Very cold in the winter, and ocean can freeze. Very popular site for buggies and boarding.

Wind

Best Months:
March, April, May, September, October, November
Wind Type:
Frontal
Best Direction:
SW, WSW, W, WNW, NW
Main Direction:
N, SW, WSW, W, WNW, NW, NNW

10-20 mph is the average during the season some days are more. Best Wind Directions: West: onshore, stable and gusty. Southwest: sideonshore, stablest wind. Northwest: sideonshore, can be gust, be careful! NNW: gusty, recommended for experienced kiters only. North: blocked by hill and very, very gusty, not recommended for kiting at all. South: may be blocked in the small harbor. SE: sideoffshore, not rideable in this wind. East: offshore but good for crossing the bay to Revere, for experienced kiters for this wind only. NE: blocked, not kiteable due to orientation and hills blocking the wind.



How to get there

Transport
Car
Access
Medium walk

Opposite of Nahant Beach, same bay as Revere Beach. There is no parking, no facilities, no lifeguards. You have to park at Nahant Beach and walk 1/8 mile up the road or you could drop your gear off from your car, park and walk back.

Extra information

Rules
None

Be sure to ask one of the Fiesta House/Revere locals before going to this beach.

Nightlife

No information
Continent
North America
Country
Massachusetts (USA)
Next Big City
Boston
Next Town
Nahant, Revere
 
Type:
Ocean
Rider Ability:
Expert
Features:
No information

Water

Type:
Shallow, Flat, Chop, Small wave
Hazards:
Stones, Shells
Quality:
Cloudy
Best Tide:
Low tide, Coming tide, Falling tide

Water is very, very shallow at low tide. You have quite a walk to deep water. The water has areas of exposed clam beds at low tide and is not the cleanest but decent.

Beach

Type:
Sand, Pebbles
Size:
Tidal
Hazards:
Rocks, Bystanders, Other
Beach Users:
No information

The beach is somewhat dirty with debris, from tires to rusted old drainage pipes. There is a rock jetty on the dry part of the beach. You may not be able to kite at high tide as the tide comes right up to the rock barrier. Sand is pebbly in some spots, not a lot a launch except at mid to low tide. Bystanders with dogs.

Weather

Spring:
Shorty, Normal
Summer:
Shorts
Fall:
Normal
Winter:
Thick

New England weather is unpredictable in spring can be anything. Can kite starting in April (pre-season), May is beginning of season, June through September are best times to kite there. Summer is hot and humid. Wetsuits required most of season except July, August and September. May want to use a shorty in September. Very cold in the winter, and ocean can freeze. Very popular site for buggies and boarding.

Wind

Best Months:
March, April, May, September, October, November
Wind Type:
Frontal
Best Direction:
SW, WSW, W, WNW, NW
Main Direction:
N, SW, WSW, W, WNW, NW, NNW

10-20 mph is the average during the season some days are more. Best Wind Directions: West: onshore, stable and gusty. Southwest: sideonshore, stablest wind. Northwest: sideonshore, can be gust, be careful! NNW: gusty, recommended for experienced kiters only. North: blocked by hill and very, very gusty, not recommended for kiting at all. South: may be blocked in the small harbor. SE: sideoffshore, not rideable in this wind. East: offshore but good for crossing the bay to Revere, for experienced kiters for this wind only. NE: blocked, not kiteable due to orientation and hills blocking the wind.



How to get there

Transport
Car
Access
Medium walk

Opposite of Nahant Beach, same bay as Revere Beach. There is no parking, no facilities, no lifeguards. You have to park at Nahant Beach and walk 1/8 mile up the road or you could drop your gear off from your car, park and walk back.

Extra information

Rules
None

Be sure to ask one of the Fiesta House/Revere locals before going to this beach.

Nightlife

No information