Surf Clubs & Organizations

Surf Clubs, Museums and Organizations

California Surf Museum
Preserving the legacy and memories of the pioneers of surfing for all generations.

Eastern Surfing Association (ESA)
The ESA is the largest amateur surfing association in the world, with a current membership of over 7,000 surfers.

Hawaii Surfing Association
HSA’s leadership is to help its members maintain good guidance, educational direction and responsibility to their families and others within their community.

The Surfing Heritage Foundation
Preserving the history of surfing for future generations.

NSSA
National Scholastic Surfing Association is a Professional Longboarding Series, allowing longboard professionals to showcase their talent against other elite surfers.

PWA World Tour
The Professional Windsurfers Association (PWA) represents excellence in windsurfing.

Vans US Open of Surfing
Live Webcast of surf, skate, and BMX from Huntington Beach, CA.

Western Surfing Association
The oldest amateur surfing association in the world.

World Surf League
Get surfing news and watch live surfing events.
 




Surf Directories, Information and Blogs

Daily Stoke.com
Surfing Commentary and Surf News

Jetty Girl
Online Surf Magazine and Blog.

Northeast Surfing
Surf Info from New Jersey to Maine.

Global Surfers
GlobalSurfers is an online surfing community where surfers from around the world can share information about surfing.

Boards & Waves Surf Expo
Boards and Waves is the Premier Surfboard & Surf Expo in Florida.

Surf Girl Magazine
Community, surf and friendship magazine.

Surf Girl Network
Girl Surf Network is a platform for every female around the world that has an interest in surfing and/or the surf lifestyle.

Surfer’s Village
Surfing News & Contests, Surf Reports, Surfnews & Forecasts

Women’s Surf Style Magazine
#1 Surf magazine for women and girls in the USA.

History of Women Surfing
Showcasing the voices of the History of Women’s Surfing.

The Wahine Project
Inspiring a global response that eliminates the barriers preventing a diversity of girls from a personal relation with the ocean and with one another.