State / Provincial Park
Huntington State Beach
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The beach is right across PCH! Towels and beach chairs are provided. Surfboard rentals, and beach toys are easy to get on the boardwalk. If you have little ones, HB just opened a state of the art playground on the beach.
Boogie Boarding, Surfing, Tanning, Volley Ball, fire rings, biking, jogging, kite flying, people watching, walking, meditating
Main State Beach 6am to 10pm Monday thru Sunday. Gates close at 9pm. Parking: $15 per day for standard rides and $30 per day for oversize vehicles
Surf City USA with popular Contest. Walk along Main Street toward the pier. You can walk along Pacific Highway toward Pacific City where you can enjoy open air shopping and view of the Pacific Ocean.
Great beach for family, if its warm. Thankfully we got a warm day. Nice shops in the downtown area
Great beach with so many events and cool places to check out including shopping, restaurants, bar, etc.
Huntington Beach has a city side and a state side. The state side still has fire rings for evening bon fires. People usually come early to stake out a fire ring as they are first come first serve. You can purchase firewood at most grocery stores in the area. Alcohol is not allowed on any beach,…
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“Main st at Huntington Beach downtown, beautiful area with great restaurants, shops and bars. Every Tuesday the street closed for farmers markets, MUST visit :)”
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“The largest city owned park in orange county, Huntington Beach Central Park spans an impressive 350 acres. The beautiful Huntington Beach Central Library is located inside of the Park as well as the Shipley nature Center featuring bird, butterfly, and Humming bird gardens. A player favorite disc golf course is also within the park, including a mobile pro shop selling frisbees and snacks.￼”
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“A popular spot for burgers and photographers, and even more popular for birds and wildlife, the Bolsa Chica ecological reserve is 13,000 acre coastal history north of downtown. It’s fluctuating landscape of salt marshes, costal dunes, and wetlands, the reserve encompasses a formal network of trails linking scenic view points.￼”
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“Shrimp Diavolo - Shrimp and asparagus over spaghetti it a white wine spicy cream sauce. The restaurant had a fire, but they are still serving dinner a few doors down at Green Street Cafe”
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