Location & Hours

Hours Of Operation

PB Surf School is open every day of the year, including all holidays, except Christmas.

Open Everyday: 9 AM to 5:30 PM in Winter

Open Everyday: 8 AM to 7:30 PM in Summer

Open Everyday: 9 AM to 7 PM in Spring

Boardwalk Shop & Surf School

4208 Oliver Ct

San Diego, CA 92109

Driving Directions

Take Interstate 5 North to the Grand/Garnet exit, or 5 South to the Balboa/Mission/Garnet exit. Follow either Grand or Garnet Avenues for about 20 blocks, and take a left turn at Mission Blvd., making sure you end up in the right-hand lane. After less than half a mile, Promenade Mall will be on your right. Make a right turn onto Reed Street, then turn left into the Promenade Mall underground garage. The surf shop and school is located on the Pacific Beach Boardwalk, just west of the Promenade parking garage.

Parking Directions

We offer a free validation for 2 hour parking in the garage below the Promenade Mall. Street parking can be difficult to find in the Spring and Summer so provide extra time if you plan on parking on the neighborhood streets. Paid parking is available all day in both Promenade garage and lot in front of our shop.

More About Pacific Beach

San Diego Pacific Beach is the ideal spot to catch some waves on your surfboard or bodyboard, while children splash around in the water and build sand castles on the beach. Visitors to San Diego Pacific Beach are encouraged to try other water sports popular at the beach such as kayaking, sailing and paddle boarding. As for some physical activity on dry land, Pacific Beach has the Ocean Front Walk, which is a boardwalk that stretches parallel to the Pacific Ocean. The boardwalk is lined with shops and restaurants, and it is always filled with beach cruisers, joggers and skateboarders zooming along the strip. Garnet Avenue is another attraction in Pacific Beach, which is packed with boutiques providing everything from beach souvenirs to trendy clothing. Also at Garnet Avenue, on Tuesdays from 2pm until 6:30pm, a farmer’s market sets up, where visitors can taste smoothie samples and browse local photography.