THE OCEAN STATE
Rhode Island is a truly unique place to surf....
Within our 400 + miles of coastline there are several quality waves to choose from. From peaky beach breaks and slabs, to rocky left and right hand point breaks - Rhode Island truly has it all. And with that variability in wave types, comes huge variability in water temperatures.
Rhode Island is one of the few places in the world with water temps that can go from 75 degrees in the summer months to 35 degrees in he winter. That's a 40 degree + swing in just 6 months! For that reason, surfer's in Rhode Island show a type of commitment to the sport of surfing that is unmatched.
Narragansett Bay splits the state in two and (with the help of glaciation) carved out the unique shape of our small state. The coastline is jagged and irregular, allowing Rhody to have a broad swell window. Swell can come in anywhere from southwest to straight east and there will be somewhere to surf.
Warm Winds is located in the town of Narragansett along the southern coast of Rhode Island - the hub for surfing in New England.
NARRAGANSETT SURF CAM
Wondering what the waves are looking like in Narragansett, Rhode Island? Or maybe you want to watch the boats go by while your at work? Either way - Enjoy our free HD surf cam by clicking the link below!
RHODE ISLAND SURF REPORT
We want to help you score some fun surf in RI! The ocean is constantly changing day-to-day and hour-by-hour. We take out some the guesswork with our Rhode Island focused surf reports and forecasts.