Huntington State Beach
This family friendly beach is connected to Huntington City Beach where there is plenty of room for bicycling, surfing, body boarding, skating and surf fishing. The beach also has fire rings for bonfires. At the southern end across Pacific Coast Highway are the Huntington Beach Wetlands, operated by the Department of Fish and Game.
Huntington Beach Pier
This pier is the longest concrete municipal pier in California. A fixture in the city for over 100 years, it is the most visited landmark at Huntington City Beach. Check out Tower Zero, the state-of the-art lifeguard tower to find water temperatures, wave conditions and other information posted regularly. The U.S. Open Surfing Competition is held here every July.
International Surfing Museum
While visiting Surf City USA, you definitely want to visit the International Surfing Museum. ½ Block down Olive Street off Main Street you will find the museum, which highlights the surfing culture and showcases nearly a century of the best surf memorabilia that Surf City has to offer. Every aspect of the surfing culture is represented here with displays, concerts, cataloged surf artifacts, surfboards, surfing films, surfing music and plenty of memorabilia.
Huntington Beach Main Street
Over 50 places to dine and shop! You’ll likely see swimsuits, surfboards, people walking dogs, cars, bicycles and lots of smiles. The perfect place to enjoy an hour or a day.