Old Orchard Beach in Maine is a fairly consistent beachbreak and pier that works best on East, Northeast, and Southeast swells. Waves break both left and right here, and the surf will typically work at all tides. Old Orchard Beach can produce decent surf within the range of about 2 feet to 10 feet.
Westerly winds at Old Orchard Beach tend to produce the most ideal and offshore surf conditions.
The seabed here is mostly sand. You can find waves here year-round.
Best Surf Conditions for Old Orchard Beach
|Swell Direction||E, NE, SE|
|Ideal Surf Height||2ft to 10ft|
Surf Reports & Forecasts for Old Orchard Beach
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Check out these surf reports for Old Orchard Beach. It’s interesting to note how differences in thing like quality of conditions, surf height, wind, and swell direction vary between the forecasts. Depending on the spot, one report may be more accurate than another.