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Huntington Beach is famous for its wide, sandy beaches and surfing. It's also a great place for an easy, flat walk along the coastline.
The key route is the wide, paved multi-use trail that...
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Known as “Surf City”, Huntington Beach has nearly 9 miles of uninterrupted beaches where you can surf, play volleyball, build sandcastles, or just lay in the sun all day. If you’re looking for the quintessential, laid-back southern California beach experience, Huntington Beach personifies the hip and casual West Coast beach lifestyle.
A fantastic place to play beach volleyball, the best place to find nets are the 20 courts framing the north and south sides of the Huntington Beach Pier and the 10 courts between the pier and Hyatt Regency Huntington Beach Resort.
Bicycle enthusiasts can ride the length of the beach (almost nine miles) on a paved path. Once the board is put away for the day, surfing enthusiasts should visit the Huntington Beach International Surfing Museum on Olive Avenue.
Family fun abounds, too, at Disneyland and Knotts Berry Farm theme parks, which are only a thirty-minute drive from the Huntington Beach area.
Golfers can tee up at nearby popular courses such as Meadowlark Golf Club, Costa Mesa Country Club, and Mile Square Golf Course.