Huntington City Beach is the center of a long stretch of sandy waterfront for the city of Huntington Beach, CA. This huge asset and the fact that surf’s up regularly here has led to a trademarked name of “Surf City USA” for Huntington Beach. HB City Beach starts at Seapoint Street and runs south to Beach Boulevard where Huntington State Beach starts. The north end of City Beach from 21st Street up to Seapoint Street is known as Huntington Dog Beach and beyond that is Bolsa Chica State Beach.
The Huntington Beach Pier marks the center of the long wide municipal beach. This area near the pier is where beachgoer density is highest on any given day, but the sand and surf is great all along this 3.5 mile beach so visitors can walk away from the pier to find a quieter spot. Volleyball courts are set up near the pier and beach rentals are available just south of the pier. The Huntington Beach Bike Trail is a paved path that runs behind the beach for bikers, walkers and runners. Eating is not a problem here as many restaurants are available close to the beach and even at the end of the pier. Parking for City Beach is available in large lots on both sides of the pier.
E Pacific Coast Hwy and Main St Huntington Beach, CA 92648
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