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Known as “Surf City USA,” Huntington Beach, CA is known for its thriving surf culture, as well as its many options for shopping, dining, and entertainment.
Named America’s Best Beach by Time Magazine, Huntington Beach has five distinct beaches with 10 miles of uninterrupted shoreline. You can catch a wave, play a game of volleyball, or simply relax on the sand. When it’s time for a lunchtime break, consider scenic Huntington Beach Pier for a mix of local restaurants and colorful stores.
In addition to its beaches, Huntington Beach boasts roughly 70 parks, including “the largest saltwater marsh along coastal California.” Highlights include the 1300-acre Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve (a birdwatcher’s paradise), as well as Huntington Central Park — known for its paths, open spaces, and the Shipley Nature Center, which has 4,000 feet of trails and eight habitats for you to explore.
When it comes to shopping, Huntington Beach will satisfy even the biggest fashion fiend with styles for all occasions. Shop beachwear and vintage finds on Main Street, or head one block over to 5th and BCH for stylish boutiques and a more laid-back atmosphere. Looking for more established retailers? Head to Bella Terra for nationally-recognized brands. Scattered throughout these shopping areas you’ll find plenty of places to stop for a bite to eat. Enjoy oceanfront dining and local favorites alongside international cuisine and a variety of sweet treats.
Huntington Beach is a jumping-off point for a number of ocean adventures, including deep-sea fishing and whale watching. The Huntington Surfing Museum and Surfing Walk of Fame highlight the city’s deep roots in surfing culture, while historic walking tours are a great way to stroll through its past. For those searching for even more exciting fun, hop on I-405 to reach nearby Los Angeles and Orange County. Attractions like Disneyland and Vans Skate Park are all within easy reach.
With a thriving surf culture, tons of beaches, and almost everyone getting around by bike, Huntington Beach is a relaxed place to live.
Along with the beaches, there are tons of parks, shops, restaurants, and other outdoor activities like fishing, volleyball, and whaling.
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