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Outdoor Adventure in Huntington Beach

Surf City USA® is the place for outdoor fun and adventure. Get moving all over town, from sea to sand and from path to park. Here are a few fun ways to break a sweat and soak up the sun in Huntington Beach.

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Surfing Lessons in Huntington Beach

Harbour Paddle Boarding

  • Yoga on the Beach - Enjoy the sounds of nature as you flow through yoga poses and achieve ultimate bliss at one of Huntington Beach’s outdoor yoga classes.
  • Beach Volleyball - If you’d rather run, jump, and dive across the sand, try your hand at one of HB’s most popular sports: beach volleyball. We’re not only home to a few volleyball pros, we’re also a stop along the annual AVP Huntington Beach Open
    • There are nearly two dozen nets on either side of the Huntington Beach Pier, with more at Huntington State Beach to the south and at Bolsa Chica State Beach to the north
      • The nets are free to use and available on a first-come, first-served basis, while balls are available for rent at beach concessionaires. 

Yoga on the Beach HB

Volleyball Courts on the Southside of the Huntington Beach Pier at City Beach

Experience the Huntington Beach coast from the 8-mile-long paved beach path, whether you prefer to cruise atop a bike seat, roller skates, or on your own two feet. 

Biking

Roller Skating Bike Path

Fortunately, Huntington Central Park is just five miles from the beach and sprawls a whopping 350-acres. The largest city-owned park in Orange County, the park is home to paved paths, dirt trails, and a whole slew of amenities, including playgrounds, picnic areas, and a dog park. 

  • Disc Golf - The disc golf course in Central Park is among the most popular in Orange County. The 15-acre plot is the second oldest disc golf course in the world and is considered among the most beautiful and challenging courses in Southern California. The course is open daily and welcomes all players regardless of skill level! 
  • Huntington Central Park Equestrian Center - A true hidden gem within Huntington Central Park is the Equestrian Center, also known as HCPEC, where more than 150 acres of scenic trails are open for the public to explore from atop a four-legged friend. You can take lessons, learn training and riding skills, and experience a unique style of horseback riding just two miles from the ocean.
  • Vans Skate ParkVans Skate Park, located behind Bella Terra and next to Old World Village, is a 42,500-square-foot park that’s free to the public with nearly three acres of ramps, bowls, and stairs to skate.

Central Park in Huntington Beach

Disc Golf

Horseback Riding in Huntington Beach

Skateboarding