Surfers looking to score a wave at Venice Beach in Los Angeles, California not only need a reliable surf forecast, but as the spot works best on an dropping tide they also need a good knowledge of the Venice tide times. Venice Beach is around 3 miles long and has multiple places you can surf, but the most famous and revered is the Venice Beach breakwater, where, on the right tide and big winter swells the waves can be smoking hot.
Most of the places we have looked at to find the best Venice Beach tide times, work their information from Santa Monica pier, which sits about 1.5 miles north of Venice Beach. By far, the easiest Venice tide information to understand can be found on MyForecast, where the information is simply broken down for the coming month with tide times and heights, for both high and low tide.
As well as the excellent surf that can be found at Venice Beach, it is also famous for its sprawling boardwalks, muscle bulging body builders, street performers and is a great place to just chill and people watch. Can you suggest other reliable places to find the Venice Beach tide times and feel free to let us know how your latest Venice surf session went?