Huntington Beach
Huntington Beach
Huntington Beach

Huntington Beach Tours and Tickets

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Huntington Beach is a classic California beach town located in coastal Orange County between San Diego and Los Angeles. Thanks to endless summer weather, 10 miles of sandy beaches, and the first stateside demonstration of surfing at the Huntington Beach Pier in 1914, the city's moniker is Surf City USA.

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Veronica_P, Oct 2023
Brilliant fun with friendly professional teachers
Carlos and Grace were amazing. The water was more turbulent than they would have liked for a true beginner like me and offered me a refund. But I was game and they were right there alongside me. Lots of education and safety and just plain nice people. It is waaay harder than I anticipated but I’m so glad I did it. If I’m ever in the area again, I’m calling Carlos for another lesson. Hands down.
Daria_S, May 2022
perfect amount of time to...
perfect amount of time to learn and practice (and have fun!) instructor was friendly and equipment was clean & quality
MariaEugenia_C, Jul 2022
Great experience!!
It was excellent! Rod was a great instructor. He gave confidence to my kids and it was all time very kind and patient… and after short time … both kids were stand on the surf board!! They really had fun and we as parents looking, enjoyed a great moment. Thank you Rod! Also thank you Carlos fir all time being in contact with us and for suggesting to reschedule the lesson to ensure better “waves” conditions for the kids to learn.
People Also Ask
Q:Is Huntington Beach worth a visit?
A:Yes, Huntington Beach is worth a visit, especially if you love surfing. The Southern California city is known as Surf City, after all. It's also great for lounging on the beach, building a bonfire, or enjoying outdoor shopping and oceanfront dining, plus outdoor activities like kayaking and cycling.
Q:How do you spend a day at Huntington Beach?
A:If you’re a beach person, the best way to spend a day at Huntington Beach is—you guessed it—at the beach. From sunbathing or surfing in the sunshine to dining at the restaurants on the Huntington Beach Pier (including slurping those oysters), there’s plenty to do for the day.
Q:Can you swim at Huntington Beach?
A:Yes, you can swim at Huntington City Beach. It’s open daily from 5am to 10pm, with plenty of room to hangout on the sand. Lifeguards are on duty from 10am to sunset daily, so set up near a lifeguard tower if you plan on going into the water.
Q:What types of tours can you do at Huntington Beach?
A:There are many types of tours offered in Huntington Beach, with whale-watching and dolphin-watching boat tours being among the most popular. Other tours options include taking bike, Segway, and side-car tours along the beachfront, following a guide on the Surf City USA Barrel Trail for craft breweries, and fishing tours.
Q:When is the best time of year to visit Huntington Beach?
A:The best time of year to visit Huntington Beach is in fall, September–October as the city and the beach aren’t as crowded as in summer and the water temperature is still warm. That said, it's popular in summer, and August is the busiest month with temps averaging 73°F (23°C).
Q:Is Huntington Beach worth it?
A:Yes, Huntington Beach is worth it. The city is exactly what you’d imagine a West Coast beach vibe would be, complete with surfing, a lively pier, skate-park rollerbladers, beach volleyball courts, and taco eateries. It’s no wonder why Huntington City Beach is one of Southern California’s most popular spots.