SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Huntington Beach has it all - 8.5 miles of beautiful beach, mild climate, and excellent surfing. Plus, great shopping and fabulous restaurants!
Kimpton Shorebreak Hotel:
A stylish surfside boutique hotel in sunny Huntington Beach where you can relax and raise a glass on the lively outdoor patio or retreat to your quiet-harbor guestroom...the beach is your backyard. Dedicated to Duke Kahanamoku, who popularized the modern sport of surfing, the ISM is a non-profit museum in Huntington Beach, CA whose goal is to preserve the history of the surfing culture throughout the globe. The museum was established in 1987 by Ann Beasley and Natalie Kotsch and moved/opened in the 411 Olive Ave location in June 1990.
Pacific City was the original name of the early oceanfront village that would eventually become known as Huntington Beach. Pacific City is oceanfront dining, shopping and entertainment.
A casual, pier-adjacent eatery for beach views & stylishly plated Californian pizzas & surf 'n' turf.
HB Surfboard and Bike:
The Huntington for 2 comes with bikes, beach towels, umbrella and more for $49 for the day. The family bike and beach fun package comes with bikes, beach towels, umbrella, beach bag, balls, Frisbee and more for $99 for the day.
Sunset bonfire on the beach:
Bonfire pits are free and on a first come first serve basis. The busiest season for the bonfire pits at Huntington California beaches runs from late May through early September and you have to bring your own firewood.
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