Huntington Beach State Park, Huntington Beach

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  • This is a very nice beach in Southern California. There are a lot of parking spaces nearby but you have to pay for parking. Very good people watching here.  more »
  • Hi. The family moved to HB, back in the day. Us kids would walk down the block to State Beach. I am forever grateful to dad! My brother surfed River Jetty most days, before school. Recommend: Check th...  more »
  • It's a bit bleak when little progress North from Newport Beach to reach the lively Huntington Beach. Winter sea in the feeling of surfers enjoying the hustle and bustle of people walking and cycling and beach are causing subtle contrast. Which is typical of the beach season, and also one of the better California.
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  • Great beach for bonfires. Plenty of pits and parking for large groups as well. Volleyball nets are available, as well as tables in some areas. You may want to come early to reserve spots as they can fill up quickly, especially during the summer season.
  • I remembered visiting Huntington Beach, because this is the only beach that is way closer from Anaheim. It took us an hour and 50 minutes to drive all the way to Huntington Beach, so that way it wouldn't be so trafficky. I showed my aunt where we can find plenty of free parking across the street from the beach, instead of paying for parking , because its very expensive and we had no trouble finding a parking space. I helped my aunt and my cousins carry the ice chests, because it has all the food and drinks inside. We used the crosswalk to walk safely to the beach, and we found a spot closer to the ocean so we can feel the ocean breeze. When I stepped into the water, it was very cold like frozen ice cubes , I even swam through the waves , because the waves are very powerful. And finally, I also took some pictures of the ocean, because I saw some boats sailing out there, an airplane with a banner, some beach patrol helicopters, and of course, some lifeguard towers where lifeguard people do their duties. We all had fun out there, and it was very relaxing, and we all stayed until sundown appears. I hope we enjoyed staying at Huntington Beach, because it has been a fun day for all of us. Will be back real soon!
  • Only place in LA area to be on empty beaches most of year without urban feel. Bike ride between HB and Newport is lots fun with margaritas at both end points lol
  • It's good place to shop and surf. Many people fish there and spend fun time.
  • Huntington Beach is a beautiful and well maintained state park with an expansive sandy beach. It is a wonderful place to spend the day biking, barbeque-ing, playing, and swimming. If you are willing to come super early, it is one of the few places you can reserve a fire ring to spend a memorable evening. They are serious about clearing out at 10pm sharp. Parking is $15 as of 09/10/16.