B.C.F. family Picinic at Huntington Beach Pier

There are plenty of things to do in the beach. Bring your beach towel and tanning lotion for a day soaking up the sun. Spike up some sand in a game of beach volleyball. Take a leisurely bike tour on the Pacific Coast Highway. Bring your pooch to Dog Beach. Build a beach bonfire in the fire rings along the beaches and have a barbecue or roast marshmallows with friends or family. Digg It! Sand and build a good sandcastle until you’ve had the proper training from the professionals.

Huntington Beach Fishing and Swimming

Fishing from the pier is fun and free. Don’t forget

about swimming. Sometimes the best time you can

have in the waves of Huntington’s 8.5 miles of sandy coastline is without any kind of board at all.

Duffy Electric Boat Company rents 18-foot electric boats in Huntington Harbour that seat 6-8 people.

16732 Pacific Coast Highway, Sunset Beach, 562-592-3028.

Huntington Beach Shopping

From the beach to Beach Boulevard, discover all that Huntington Beach shopping has to offer.

18593 Main St. (at Beach Boulevard)
Huntington Beach, CA 92648
Map: http://maps.google.com/maps?hl=en&q=18593%20Main%20St.%20Huntington%20Beach%2C%20CA%2092648&um=1&ie=UTF-8&sa=N&tab=wl
Located conveniently off Beach Boulevard lies 5 Points Plaza, one of Huntington Beach’s most popular shopping centers. This venue provides excellent family shopping                                                      with a variety  of stores including The Gap, Ann Taylor    Loft,  Chico’s, Nine West and more.

Your tour along the Pacific Coast Highway is not complete without a visit to the Pier Plaza in Huntington Beach. Sitting pier-side and ocean front, the Pier Plaza is a beautiful outdoor amphitheatre. Tour the area, take in its history, and visit HB’s weekly Farmers Market, in Southern California’s Surf City USA.

If you’re looking for things to do in Southern California, there are plenty of Huntington Beach activities to keep you on, or off, your toes.

Huntington Beach Pier is located at the intersection of Pacific Coast Highway and Main Street.

400 Pacific Coast Hwy. (approximate address)

Huntington Beach, CA 92648

Directions (Please note this direction is coming from 1555 E. Colorado Blvd., Pasadena, CA 91106)

I- 210 E toward San Bernardino

Take exit 36 A to merge onto I 605 South (11 Miles)

Merge onto I 405 South (6 Miles)

Take exit for CA-39 toward Beach Blvd

Travel South on Beach Boulevard to the Beach (5 miles)

See you all.

Date: August 21, Saturday, 2010

Time: 9: 00 am to 5:00 pm

Place: Huntington Beach Pier

Contact: 626 476 1360 (Don’t forget parking fees $ 8.00)


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