Known as the heart of Huntington Beach, this landmark pier in Orange County is the hub of Surf City, USA®. Jutting out 1,850 feet into the Pacific Ocean, the iconic Huntington Beach Pier is one of the longest recreational piers on the West Coast. Stroll down the wooden path and wave hello to the volleyball players on the sand or catch a surf competition in the sea. Try your hand at pier fishing or purchase a kite at the Kite Connection and let it free. Listen to live music at the Pier Plaza Amphitheater or feast on the best burger and shake in town at the famed Ruby's Diner. With the incredible views of waves and sunsets, it's no wonder a photo is taken every few seconds from the top of the pier.
Open daily from 5 am to midnight.
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What's is there to do at Huntington Beach Pier?
Aside from being the best place to watch surfers catch a wave, the Huntington Beach Pier offers fun for everyone. Stop off at shops like Surf City Store, Kite Connection, and Let's Go Fishing for last-minute accessories for the day or head down to the end of the pier and dine at the iconic, Ruby's Diner or Duke's and Sandy's Beach Grill. There is also a Lifeguard Tower that is manned 365 days a year and more than a dozen beach volleyball courts nearby. Check out the lineup at the Pier Plaza Amphitheater and enjoy free weekend summer concerts, a weekly farmer's market, and other special events are held each month.
Can you fish at Huntington Beach Pier?
Yes, the Huntington Beach Pier beckons fisherman of all levels, as it's one of the few recreational piers that allows fishing without a license. Enjoy a leisurely day on the pier fishing and taking in the breathtaking coastal views. If you're lucky, you can catch a surfing or volleyball competition while catching sand bass and halibut. You can also charter a boat for deep-sea fishing off the pier.