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Huntington City  Beach Bonfire in Huntington Beach, California

city beach bonfires


Huntington City Beach--South of the Huntington Beach near parking lots and Pacific Coast Highway street meter parking between Main Street and Beach Boulevard, you will find the Huntington City Beach bonfire rings.

Get out the firewood, some matches, and bring a little food & beverage for a bonfire at Huntington City Beach in Huntington Beach, California. The city beach rings aren't as plentiful as surrounding beaches to the north at Bolsa Chica State Beach, and south at Huntington State Beach. However, as bonfire rings go, the city beach pits are coveted because of their location south of the Huntington Beach Pier. On a glowing sunset evening, there is nothing more special than joining in with your friends and associates and sharing the joy of this communal, free event. The only thing that really costs is the purchase of fire wood, which runs between $5-7 per bundle as of this publication.

The busiest season at the beach usually runs from late May through early September. Free fire pits are greatly desired during this time, especially on weekends. It is not unusual for people to stake claim to a pit in the early afternoon, even when planning to use it later in the day. 

The free containers can be found on the beaches beginning not far from C2 on the map, just South of Sunset Beach past Warner Avenue on Pacific Coast Highway in Huntington Beach. Continuing along the coast, you will even find them stretching past Beach Boulevard on Pacific Coast Highway (3D on map).

There is no free  wood on the beach unless, like a parking meter with time left, you happen upon someone's left over wood, so it usually must be purchased. Grocery stores in the surrounding area sell it in bundles, as do the concessions on the beach listed below.

Zack's Beach Concession 21291 Pacific Coast Highway, HB  714 536.0215