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Huntington Beach Travel Guide, California

The City of Huntington Beach is one of the world-known recreational places. It is also regarded as the Surf City and one of the safest cities in US. Tourism is the primary reason why the economy of this city is high. It has a lot of views to offer including its pier, which is one of largest all over the globe.


One can get to Huntington via the John Wayne or the Long Beach airports. Trains such as the Amtrak's Pacific Surfliner and Metrolink's Orange Country Line have a stop in the city. Private cars can also be a means of transportation if you are only a few miles away.

Touring around the city is very easy. One can traverse Huntington Beach on foot. Tourists do not need to worry about their safety because the place is one of the most secure places around the globe. In addition to that, the air is fresh and you are sure to meet warm and friendly residents.


The weather in Huntington Beach is considered to be of a Mediterranean climate which is most of the time sunny and warm. The days are warmest during August, coldest in December and wettest when January comes.


There are a lot of things that you can do at Huntington Beach. Aside from the most popular leisure which is surfing, there are numbers of other “on the water” recreation that you can do. These activities include kayaking, gondola rides, canoeing, boogie boarding and fishing.  Other than water activities, the city is also a place where you can do bicycling, bonfires, disc golf, horseback riding, skateboarding and rollerblading.


The city of Huntington Beach has a lot of events that takes place all year round. These events are categorized into different classes depending on the venue. These are the beach events, and main street and pier events.

One of the beach events is the US Open of Surfing done in July. This is also the most famous event taking place in the Surf City. This occasion does not only present surfing competitions but it also includes biking, skateboarding and motocross matches.  On the other hand, the most famous main street and pier event is the Duck-a-thon in May. This charity event lasts for three days.

AttractionsAside from the beautiful coastline, Huntington Beach offers other sites for tourists to visit. Some of the places that you should not miss when visiting the city are Adventure Playground, Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve, Central Park Equestrian Centre, International Surfing Museum, and Huntington Beach Pier.

Whether you are supposed to be on a business trip or you are visiting Huntington Beach for pleasure, it really pays off spending time in the entire area.  Take advantage of the places and consider traveling around town from sun up to sun down.  It will also help you understand things more about the place by keeping track of the above-mentioned data.

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