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Welcome to California! The top vacation state in the U.S. invites you to explore the natural surroundings that make California the premier destination in the world. Scenic vistas overlooking Catalina Island rival the Hawaiian Islands, and the semi-desert, Mediterranean climate in California is simply the finest in the world.

Mountains, national parks, nearly 300 California state beaches and parks and 1,000 miles of coastal beauty provide a lifetime of exploring. Tourist facts: 85% or more of tourists are Californians, themselves. Why wouldn't you be a tourist in you own land' There's so much to see & do, it's a natural to make California the top choice for vacations. You can see California's beauty in so many places and things throughout the state and in the great events awaiting for you to enjoy.



Back at the beach and cities like Huntington Beach you'll be transformed to a place where beaches are the centerpiece for lifestyle. Casual, beautiful, relaxing, and always exciting, the waves rush in and offer up rides for surfers, swimmers, bodyboarders, kiteboarders, windsurfers and paddle boarding.

There are so many water sports to enjoy, including sailing, but you can experience an active land-life with skating, bicycling, jogging and many other activities. From extreme sports to concerts and plays, the pleasures of a day are brought to you courtesy of the people of Huntington Beach. Visitors and locals alike have contributed in making the journey an exciting and interesting one to document and share. Some days are amazingly serene with a few seagulls scouting the shore for food. Other days such as the largest beach attendance day of the year, Labor Day, can bring millions who gather at the sea for the summer's last hurrah.

Huntington Beach offers so many activities and things to see and do so here are a few: Shopping includes affordable gifts and hundreds of places within the city and nearby. Be sure to visit Main Street. Huntington Beach is Orange County's laid back Southern California beach town.

It includes millions of grains of sand in Huntington City Beach, Huntington State Beach, Bolsa Chica State Beach and Dog Beach. Sports such as surfing, beach volleyball, BMX biking, skateboarding, bicycling and roller blading are possible all year long at the beach. Live bands play free summer concerts at the beach and at bars and restaurants every night across Pacific Coast Highway on Main Street and nearby. 

Huntington Beach is one of hundreds of California beaches, and is an incorporated city of approximately 200,000 residents. Huntington Beach Pier, the longest municipal concrete pier, sporting events such as surfing, skateboarding, volleyball, frisbee golf, horseback riding and rolling blading.

Summers in Huntington Beach are the busiest time of year with annual events that include surfing, skateboard and BMX competitions, a huge July 4th parade and a unique equestrian competition that includes a musical derby. Huntington Beach is made for those who love being outdoors; people come to experience the waves, ride the skate parks and paths and lay on the sandy beach. Adults, children and teens love to sit along Main Street, too, and dine on delicious foods while watching the parade of swim suits, surf boards and traffic pass through a five block stretch of shops and outdoor cafes. It's a casual place where the only suit you'll need is a swim suit or wet suit. Leave the ties at home, because even the finest restaurants in town do not require them. 

There are 18 lodging properties, two dog parks, approximately 70 public sports fields and parks, excellent schools and beautiful sunsets at the beach. Close to several major airports, Orange County Airport, Long Beach Airport and Los Angeles International Airport, Huntington Beach is also situated near Anaheim's Disneyland, Los Angeles and San Diego.