Huntington Beach – Surf City USA

It may be a little bit of a drive from my home in Laguna Hills, but the 8.5 miles of pristine shoreline make “Surf City” a perfect way to spend a Saturday or any day for that matter.

Laguna Beach may be famous for its art walks and festivals and Newport Beach may have spectacular homes, but with it’s sparkling waters, unlimited surf, and friendly people, Huntington Beach is a great, local place to relax, enjoy the sun, and bask in the unbelievable surroundings.

You don’t have to be a great photographer to take stunning photos in Huntington Beach. With the most consistent waves on the West Coast, surfers ride the waves until the sun goes down.  

Huntington Beach Awards:

Best Family Beach – OC Parenting Magazine 3rd Annual Readers Choice Awards (September 2005)

Number One Family Surf Beach in the United States – Dr. Stephen “ Dr. Beach” Leatherman (May 2004)

One of the Top Five Destinations for Teenagers and Their Parents –New York Post (July 2004)

Number One Best City to Live In – Orange County Register 13th Annual Reader Survey (September 2006)

Number One Best Place to Walk/Jog/Bike – Orange County Register 13th Annual Reader Survey (September 2006)

Best City to Live in Orange County – Orange County Register Consumer’s Choice Survey

57 thoughts on “Huntington Beach – Surf City USA

  1. OMG … we went there for the first time last summer and stayed at the Marriott Hotel directing across from Huntington Beach. Unfortunately, we left the day before US Open of Surfing took place. (Or, maybe not unfortunately, being there were about 500K or more people there … LOL!) I can not wait to go back. 😀


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