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Huntington Beach Harbour

Away from bustling downtown, Huntington Harbour provides a quaint seaside feel and picturesque scenery. Built in the 1960s and located on the northwest corner of Huntington Beach bordering Seal and Sunset Beach, is home to five man-made islands which feature more than 500 bayfront homes of all shapes and sizes. The Harbour also serves as the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors. Explore the harbour by renting a private charter, an electric boat, stand-up paddle board, or a kayak. 

Activities

Prince Charters, provides a private charter on a classic wooded boat for up to 12 guests or a luxury vintage yacht cruise for up to 30 people in picturesque Huntington Harbour and enjoy local craft beer and wine.

Huntington Beach private boat charters

Sunset Kayak Rentals, explore the beauty of Huntington Harbour by renting stand-up paddleboards or kayaks. Conveniently located in the Huntington Harbour, you will be able to paddle out from the shop in the calm harbour waters.

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OEX Sunset Beach, one-stop shop for all your kayak and stand up paddle board needs. If your a first-timer, no problem! OEX offers demos to show you how it's done. It is located on the Huntington Harbour. 

Kayaking

Huntington Harbour Boat Rentals, take the helm by renting an electric Duffy boat, these vessels seat up to a dozen people and take no experience to drive. Or explore the harbour by renting a stand-up paddleboard or kayak. 

Huntington Harbour Duffy Boat Rentals

Huntington Harbour Activities
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Places to eat & drink 

AoSA, this unique coffee house uses only organic, eco-friendly products that help minimize pollution. Serving acai bowls, Kombucha on tap, and plenty of vegan options.

Red Table, an innovative interpretation of American comfort food with a communal table as the restaurants centerpiece.

Harbour Rackhouse, this bar offers bar food and has multiple pool tables to play pool. 

Supermex, serving classic Mexican comfort food & beer in a relaxed setting.

Aosa Coffee

 

Sam’s Fish Camp, fresh seafood market and quick serve the ultimate indoor/outdoor diner.

Captain Jack’s, best known for its Alaskan King Crab Legs has been serving patrons for more the 50 years with a wide variety of seafood along with view of Huntington Harbour.

Tsunami Sushi, a Japanese steakhouse and sushi bar known for its fresh seafood and traditional Teppanyaki style menu choices.  

Harry's Rooftop Patio & Grill, with a rooftop view of the ocean, this causal diner offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner classics.Captain Jack's Cocktails

Golden Road Brewery, new brewpub located at Peter’s Landing, featuring a large communal space with games like corn hole and bocce ball. 

Pelican Isle, informal surf and turf dinning on the Huntington Harbour waterfront for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Tabu Shabu, a traditional Japanese restaurant with a build-your-own hot-pot menu so you can create a steamy, dreamy bowl of goodness!

 

Golden Brewery in Huntington Beach

Harbor House Cafe, a 24-hour local cafe known since 1939 for its causal atmosphere and Hollywood memorabilia. 

Ohana, this friendly beach bar and grill plates surf and turf favorites, from cioppino to French-style pork chops.

Fit Bar Superfood Cafe, at the base of the iconic Sunset Beach water tower, this health-forward cafe serves up Seattle-influenced nutrient dense bowls and other healthy dishes. 

Fit Bar Superfoods Cafe

Breweries near the Huntington Harbour

Golden Road Brewery, new brewpub located at Peter’s Landing, featuring a large communal space with games like corn hole and bocce ball. 

RiiP Beer Co, the smallest brewery to every win a Great American Beer Festival award in the American IPA category with over 400 entries from around the globe, you will want to be sure to stop in for some of their award winning brews such as the Riip-Jitsu Session. 

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  • South Coast Plaza - 8 miles
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  • Los Angeles Airport (LAX) - 36 miles
  • South Coast Plaza - 8 miles
SURF CITY USA Neighborhoods
With 10 miles of uninterrupted beaches Huntington Beach blends surfing’s relaxed spirit with a contemporary style which creates an ocean side destination like nowhere else on the California coast. Learn more
SURF CITY USA NEIGHBORHOODS
Beach Blvd
This way to the beach! Connecting the freeway to the sand, Route 39 is lined with local gems. Learn More
Bolsa Chica
A postcard-perfect beach waves across Pacific Coast Highway to the largest saltwater marsh between the Monterey Bay and... Learn More
Central Park
350 acres of the largest and lushest park in all of Orange County. Learn More
Downtown
The heart of Huntington Beach: surfing, our iconic pier, historic Main Street, modern Pacific City, and so much more… Learn More
Goldenwest
A popular pocket for shopping, dining, Oktoberfest, and skateboarding at Vans Off The Wall Skatepark. Learn More
Huntington Harbor
Five picturesque islands married by navigable waterways and dotted with waterfront mansions and luxury yachts. Learn More
Southeast
Home to a swimmer’s ideal beach, chirping wetlands, and must-try eateries discovered off the beaten path. Learn More
Sunset Beach
Charming beach community featuring one of the widest beaches in Southern California and the 14-acre “Green Belt” park. Learn More
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