Our Favorite Recreational Activities in Boca Raton: Part 3


Our Favorite Recreational Activities in Boca Raton: Part 3

We conclude our three-part series on Recreational Activities in Boca Raton with a look into Surfing & Paddle boarding. You can get that Surfing rush without even going to the beach, take a relaxing paddle down the intracoastal with your dog and kids or get out there shred some waves! Whatever activity you are looking for, Boca Raton has you covered.

Here are our picks for top places to surf (or paddleboard!) in Boca Raton.

FlowRider – Boca Raton Resort

Catch a wave without stepping foot in the ocean at Boca Raton Resort and Club. FlowRider® is the latest addition to the resort’s Surf School and is a dual-sided wave simulator providing the thrill of ocean surfing and body boarding for beginner and advanced surfers as well as children of all ages.

Boca Surf and Sail

For over 25 years Boca Surf and Sail has been serving our community and its visitors with the best surf gear and lessons around. Whether you’re looking to get out on a relaxing ride on a SUP or shredding some waves on your surfboard the brothers have you covered.

SUP – Stand Up Paddleboarding

There are some great spots for paddleboarding up and down the coast both on the intracoastal and the Ocean. Boca Raton with its hundreds of canals, no wake zones throughout the intracoastal, and hidden park gems provides year round locations for fun in the sun!

Delray Beach – South End

The South end of Delray Beach is the place to surf some waves in Southern Palm Beach County when they are rolling in. Of course, if you take a short one-hour drive north for you can catch the edge of the Gulf Stream as Florida beaches stick out just enough to create consistent waves!

Learn from the Professionals

There are an abundance of surf shops and beach organizations that offer paddleboard and surf lessons to all levels. Some of our favorites are Boca Surf & Sail, Waves Surf Academy, and The Drop in Surf Shop – all great places to satisfy your surfing needs!

We hope you’ve enjoyed our three-part series on local fun and frolics on land and in the water.

As usual, get in touch with our local experts for more information!