We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again, we’re pretty lucky to have locations in so many beach cities throughout California. We’re a big fan of Huntington Beach and love our location on Main Street. There’s always so much going on in our neighborhood and we wouldn’t have it any other way! If you haven’t been to the surf city, you need to plan a visit with friends or family! We’ve enlisted our great team members to share with you what their favorite things are to do in Huntington Beach.
- Farmer’s Markets galore! Every Tuesday Surf City Nights puts on a farmer’s market right on Main Street and it’s the best time! They have live entertainment, kids activities and themes specific for each holiday season. Then on Fridays, there’s a farmer’s market on the pier with great baked goods and fresh produce. If you missed the Friday market, not to worry, there’s a Saturday morning market in Huntington Harbor!
- Old World Village is a quaint little German Village. It has shopping, dining, entertainment and it’s a great place to visit for nightlife! If you want to take a little trip “away” but don’t want to go too far, this place does just the trick.
- The Huntington Beach Pier. It’s a must visit. It’s an iconic landmark in the surf city and is one of the longest piers on the West Coast. Both locals and visitors post up to watch the surfers. It’s also a great spot to watch the sun set.
- US Open of Surfing! Every summer Vans hosts this epic event. Hundreds of thousands of people come from all over to watch this surf contest. It’s like a huge beach festival and it runs this year from July 23rd to July 31st. It’s a great experience. You still have time to make some plans and head over.
- What better way to #LiveTheNekterLife than to grab a volleyball and head to the beach?! One of our favorite past times in Huntington Beach are beach volleyball games. It’s a great way to work out, spend time with friends and family, and work on that tan!
If you’re looking for other beach cities to visit, here are some fun things to do in Santa Monica, CA.
*Photo by: Surf City