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Orange County Coast

Sunset Beach off Pacific Coast Hwy. and Warner Ave., Huntington Beach, CA
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Sunset Beach off Pacific Coast Hwy. and Warner Ave., Huntington Beach, CA
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Reviewed 6 October 2017

Lovely, clean sea and sand to enjoy. Plus, there are bike rentals, surfers, all styles of restaurants and a wonderful international vibe. Every time we walk on the Huntington Beach pier, or along the bike and walkway, we sea and hear a variety of persons...More

Thank Soulmates2012
Reviewed 27 August 2017

Water was cold, but the beach was clean and fun for our 9 year old. After a long day of traveling and hiking up 31 stories to visit the Griffith Observatory, our kiddo put on his trunks and fought the waves. It was great entertainment....More

Thank DWHNO33
Reviewed 18 July 2017

Traveling through California, we begun our trip in San Diego and headed up north taking scenic Route 1 also known as Pacific Cost Hwy with its panoramic views of the cliffs and the Pacific Ocean. We made sure to open our windows and breath in...More

1  Thank George710
Reviewed 10 July 2017

I've lived off of Pacific Coast Highway for close to 20 years. It's beautiful and I keep taking photographs of the most awesome sunsets. The beach is nice and there are many small shops and restaurants. It is a small town feel and people are...More

Thank JerseyDi
Reviewed 10 July 2017

This is the best place to take dogs. Huntington Beach has a dog beach. Dogs can also walk along the sidewalk that runs along the beach. If you travel further south, there's Newport Beach and Fashion Island--dogs are welcome. Even further south, there's Laguna Beach,...More

Thank delacy498
Reviewed 10 July 2017

We had a great bike rider from Huntington beach up to Seal Beach... miles without cars, it was fantastic.

Thank Peter C
Reviewed 10 April 2017 via mobile

We enjoyed a nice walk with our dog along the beach. The weather was perfect and the people are friendly. The area was clean and nice.

Thank JRR132
Reviewed 1 April 2017 via mobile

Best beach I've visited, very large with room to accommodate crowds, tons of volleyball nets and great surf waves, extremely well maintained and a very clean beach with a wide walkway/bike trail along the entire beach line, there is a night 10:00PM curfew and I...More

1  Thank nathanielm138
Reviewed 18 February 2017

The Orange County Coast is a great location for most any activity that might interest you. If you are active, it's great for a walk, run, or bike ride on the boardwalk; volleyball on the beach, or surfing near the pier. If you are looking...More

Thank BruceR_2832
Reviewed 29 December 2016

Almost as good as Huntington Beach State Park, with matching waves and scenery. The difference is that there is no paid parking, so one must wait until someone leaves their precious street parking. There are condos and homes nearby, but they all have private parking....More

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19 February 2015|
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Response from Bob W | Reviewed this property |
Tour busses usually have rest rooms. Public busses in Orange County do not.