Huntington Beach is a must-stop over for any van or RV nomad looking to surf and spend time on the beach. The shoreline stretches for 10 uninterrupted miles making it a paradise for surfers. With the name Surf City USA, the beach attracts professional surfers from around the world.
Huntington Beach is 10-miles long and one of the best beaches in Southern California. It is a great place to spend the day and explore all that Southern California is known for; sand, surf, and babes.
The Beach offers various amenities such as volleyball courts, outdoor showers, and restrooms. There is also the iconic Huntington Beach Pier at 1,850 feet in length. The pier allows visitors to experience breathtaking views amidst the sounds of crashing waves and the ocean breeze. While on the pier, you might see professional surfers practicing for upcoming competitions.
Along with the beach, Huntington offers great nightlife, a good boardwalk, and plenty of restaurants.
Welcome to Surf City USA. Huntington Beach is best known for surfing. With 10 miles of beach, there are plenty of places to find surf. Just grab your board and find a spot. There are also some of the best surf shops located in the area. They have everything you would even need for surfing.
US Open of Surfing
The U.S. Open of Surfing is a week-long surfing competition held annually during the summer in Huntington Beach by the pier. It is the largest surfing competition in the world and attracts the best surfers in the world. The competition also includes BMX and skateboarding. It’s a great time and attacks thousands of people every year.
Huntington State Beach
Huntington State Beach is located south of the pier and is a good place to spend the day. The beach is two miles long and restrooms, outdoor showers, beach volleyball courts, basketball courts, paved beach path, picnic ramadas, barbecue grills, and 200 fire rings available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Bolsa Chica State Beach
If you are looking to learn to surf, Bolsa Chica State Beach is 3-miles north of Huntington Beach pier and offers a nice relaxing wave for beginners to learn.
Visit: Bolsa Chica State Beach
The beach also has a Sunset Vista RV campground. This beachside campground is centrally located just south of the Huntington Beach Pier between Huntington and 1st streets. This campground is extremely popular with van and RV nomads due to its proximity to the pier and downtown. Make sure you reserve a campsite early because they fill up quickly
There are also 100 beach bonfires available on a first-come, first-served basis. Fire rings begin in front of Pacific City (between First and Huntington streets) and dot the sand to the south.
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