Hayward is about 35 miles from the beach.
There's not too many spots around SF, and none of them are secret anymore, although Ft. Point and some others are pretty localized due to crowding. Pacifica or HMB are going to be your best bet from Hayward.
A quick internet search or google search is all your gonna need. Even better, take a drive down highway 1 when there's swell and start keeping a surf log.
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Thread: Moving to San Francisco
Feb 21, 2013, 09:22 PM
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Feb 21, 2013, 04:29 PM #1Junior Member
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Moving to San Francisco
Hey everyone. I am 27 and relocating to San Francisco for my job, actually Hayward CA 94545.
I don't know anyone there or really anything about the breaks, except that you won't catch me at Mavericks. I've read up a little on Ocean Beach and the HMB Jetty, but don't know too much.
I've been surfing for three years now and I can handle myself. I'm not saying I'm Occy but I'm not a moron. To anybody from SFO who might not want to tell me the good spots to surf, I understand, but I am respectful.
What neighborhoods should I look at near Hayward that I can be close to a break that I'll be able to surf consistently?
What I loved about LB NY was that I could do dawn patrol before work, and I would like to be able to do the same in San Fran a couple of times a week.