In North Carolina we have some of the world’s top kiteboarding locations. None are better than our Blown Island Riding Spot located near Emerald Isle, NC. Our riding spot is on the back side of a Cut Bank which has waist deep, flat water. It is the perfect spot to learn to kiteboard, or dial in that new trick you have been working on. Blown Island is only accessible by boat, but that’s ok because we have your Ticket To Ride pass which only costs $25. Call for details, prices & availability – (252) 269-9843
If you can’t make it out to Blown Kiteboarding, we have compiled a list of other kiteboarding spots in North Carolina for you to ride. Click on the bold print to reach a zoom view of each N.C. Kitesurfing area. You can then zoom in on each location by clicking on the map icon and get the wind forecast by clicking on the windsock icon.
Cape Hatteras– SBC Kiteboarding says “No other location on earth offers as much wide open space, and variety of kiteboarding conditions as Cape Hatteras, North Carolina” and they are right, Cape Hatteras is the East Coast mecca of kiteboarding.
Crystal Coast– The Crystal Coast (otherwise known as The Southern Outer Banks, SOBX) is home to Blown Kiteboarding and some of the best riding in North Carolina. Come down to try our Ticket To Ride Option, or any of the other locations on the Crystal Coast. It’s likely you will make this your weekend destination to get your kiteboarding fix.
OBX– Staying in Nags Head or Kill Devil Hills? No worries. We have some spots for you and you won’t have to drive an hour to get to them.
Ocracoke Island – Ocracoke Island is where people that live in the OBX go on vacation. It’s home to a quaint little fishing town and some of the best kiteboarding in the Outerbanks. Ocracoke Island is only accessible by ferry so this keeps the numbers at the beach small, but it has some of the best ocean riding around.
Wilmington – Wilmington is home to “UNC by the sea” which makes it a great place to go to college and major in kiteboarding. The summers are busy but you can usually find an off the beaten path beach like Oak Island to kiteboard.