Huntington City Beach sees 11 million visitors every year. Why? Our endless summer weather and outdoor activities offered year-round. Some visitors favorites include: volleyball courts, bonfire pits, concerts, and of course the iconic Huntington Beach Pier spanning 1,850 feet in length. Our pier sits in the heart of Huntington Beach and allows visitors and locals alike to experience the the breathtaking views amidst the sounds of crashing waves and the ocean breeze. This is the perfect place to snap a few photos! Dine with a view at Ruby’s Diner, Duke’s, and Sandy's or grab a quick bite to eat at Dwight’s, Jack’s, and Zack’s. Also, The Sunset Vista RV Campground gives visitors and locals a place to camp at Huntington City Beach. October-May is the camping season. In addition, the U.S. Open of Surfing, Huntington Beach Airshow, Surf City Escape Triathlon, AVP Volleyball Tournament, Fourth of July Firework Show, and more events all happen at Huntington City Beach. It's a place for relaxation and action and is opened from 5 am to 10 pm.
Pier / Downtown
Stroll the heart of town - the iconic Huntington Beach Pier - to experience one of the longest piers - 1,850 feet to be exact - on the West Coast. The leisurely jaunt will afford you panoramic views of Catalina Island, Newport Beach, Long Beach, San Pedro, and, of course, the best surf action in Surf City USA.
On every Tuesday night, the first three blocks of Main Street are taken over by Surf City Nights, a community-driven farmers market and street fair featuring fresh local produce, local food vendors and artisans, children’s entertainment, and live music.
Situated right on Pacific Coast Highway with unobstructed beach views, Surf City USA's newest shopping, dining, and lifestyle destination Pacific City is now open. Inspired by modern craftsman beach bungalows, Pacific City features patio dining, outdoor movie nights, and inviting spaces to hang out and simply enjoy the oceanfront view. Whether you’re looking for somewhere to do some quick shopping or somewhere to spend an entire day, Pacific City’s one-of-a-kind stores and restaurants as well as their exciting on-site events will appeal to visitors of all ages.
Huntington Central Park is the largest city-owned park in Orange County covering over 350 acres of land. This peaceful setting of open grass fields and extensive tree and flower plantings is used for various activities such as picnics, biking, playing, and strolling along the paved paths enjoying the serene atmosphere.
The Huntington Central Park Sports Complex is a 45-acre facility that has eight softball fields overlaid with seven soccer fields. Also available are three open artificial turf fields and one arena turf field. Batting cages are also available along with two concession stands and two playgrounds. Restroom buildings are also provided for your convenience. The Sports Complex has won two state awards: Best Design and Best New Recreation Facility. This complex was built over an oil field, landfill and a small mushroom farm.
Total Holes: 18
Year Opened: 1922
Tees (Grass Type): Bermuda & Kikuyu
Fairways (Grass Type): Bermuda & Kikuyu
Greens (Grass Type): Poa Annua
Designer: William P. Bell
Bolsa Chica State Beach
Bolsa Chica State Beach is located in Huntington Beach, California and extends three miles from Sunset Beach to Seapoint Avenue along Pacific Coast Highway. This area was once called "Tin Can Beach" and became a state beach in 1960. Bolsa Chica is a perfect place to go surfing, sunbathing, play volleyball, enjoy water sports, hold family outings or to watch the sun set.
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