Pacific Coast Highway (PCH) in Huntington Beach is made for scenic drives with music playing loud and the windows rolled down. A road trip to Huntington Beach entails ocean views, iconic attractions, classic cars, delicious food, and oceanfront resorts all dotting PCH. There's numerous activities to do and attractions to sea when you hit the road to Surf City USA. We are located near the 405 freeway and are accessible to the 55 and 22 freeway. Pack up the car to start your drive to one of California's iconic strips of PCH. 

The Welcome Center

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The Huntington Beach Welcome Center. Image of Visit Huntington Beach welcome center with a car in front of it.

Be here and grab information, guides, maps, and even some Surf City USA merchandise to start off your trip at Huntington Beach's Welcome Center. Conveniently located in downtown Huntington Beach, one of our staff members is here for you to share the latest and greatest of Huntington Beach. It's a stop worth making to ensure your stay in Huntington Beach is tailored to your needs. 

Pacific Coast Highway

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Volkswagen on Huntington Beach Pacific Coast Highway

It's time to roll down your windows and cruise PCH. Turn on our Surf City USA Jams Spotify playlist and enjoy the scenic drive down Huntington Beach's iconic coastline. Drive all the way down to Sunset Beach while taking in the beauty of the ocean. You'll pass the Huntington Dog BeachBolsa Chica Ecological Reserve, SeaLegs at the BeachHuntington Harbour, and Peter's Landing

As you explore each unique neighborhood in Huntington Beach, we invite you to stop the car and walk our Historic Downtown Walking Tour. These historic attractions have contributed to the growth of tourism and travel in Huntington Beach. 

Delicious Food & Drink

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Fred's Mexican Restaurant in Huntington Beach

In case a full day of sightseeing in Huntington Beach wasn't enough time spent staring at the ocean, you're in luck for more. Nothing says paradise more than a delicious meal with a view of the ocean and sunset. As documenting vacations on social media becomes more popular, a restaurant's scenery has become just as important as how good the food tastes. Some are casual — order your food and sit down — while others are upscale and make you feel front and center like you're in a dream. There are restaurants along Pacific Coast Highway in Pacific City and downtown Huntington Beach and so treat yourself to views and tasteful foods to these oceanfront restaurants in Surf City USA. 

If you're looking to sip and take in the views, visit one of Huntington Beach's lounges and unwind. 

Biking in Huntington Beach

Give your car a rest and take your exploring outdoors on a bike in Huntington Beach. Ride the strand lining 10 miles of breathtaking oceanfront views for the ultimate adventure. Don't worry about packing a bike. Surf City USA is full of rental options for you that are tailored to your needs. Beach concessionaires renting and selling bicycles, tandem bicycles, electric bicycles, surreys, and more line the strand for rental options. Conveniently rent beach cruisers and surreys from Zack's Pier Plaza, electric bikes from Windhorse, or Fat Bike HB. Huntington Beach oceanfront resorts offer bike rentals to guests as well. 

Surf Culture Pit Stops

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Surf Hall of Fame

Walk of Fame

Like the Walk of Fame for Hollywood stars, this stretch of sidewalk located next to Jack's Surfboards in downtown Huntington Beach pays tribute to the immortals of surfing. An induction committee made up of approximately 80 international surf industry notables submits its choice for each of six categories: Surf Culture, Local Hero, Surf Pioneer, Surf Champion, Women of the Year, and Honor Roll. You'll see Andy Irons, Stephanie Gilmore, Mick Fanning, Bob McKnight, Courtney Conlogue, and many more. 

Surfers' Hall of Fame

The Surfers' Hall of Fame is located on the corner of Pacific Coast Highway and Main Street in front of Huntington Surf & Sport. You will see the handprints and footprints of those who have greatly impacted surfing culture. They are watched over by a statue of the great Duke Kahanamoku in downtown Huntington Beach. You'll see Kelly Slater, Peter Townend, Sean Collins, Brett Simpson, Bethany Hamilton, Bob Hurley, and many more. 

Places to Stay

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Stay the night and enjoy all of what Huntington Beach has to offer: outdoor activitiesculinary scenes, nature and parks, and more. You can stay in one of our four premier oceanfront resorts all within walking distance from downtown Huntington Beach or our value hotels throughout Surf City USA. If you are traveling with your dog, you can stay in one of our many pet-friendly hotels. It's about the journey and the destination. Start your adventure today. 

Sunrise with Birds flying in front of sun