The Area

Where fresh faces meet fresh air

Huntington Harbour Village is located in the heart of Huntington Beach near Huntington Harbor surrounded by the Bolsa Chica Wetlands. Huntington Beach is nicknamed “Surf City” for its beautiful wide beaches and consistently breaking surf. Residents enjoy outdoor activities such as surfing, sailing, volleyball and fishing. It is also home to the longest recreational pier in the State.

Huntington Harbor

Huntington Harbor offers serenity, abundant wildlife and calm waters. It encompasses five manmade islands connected by a network of navigable channels and land surrounding them. It includes a few small beaches, many beautiful parks, several shopping centers and Peter's Landing Marina. This area is very popular for sport fishing, private charter, boat rentals and kayaking.

The Bolsa Chica Wetlands

The Bolsa Chica wetlands consists of approximately 1200 acres of undeveloped coastal wetland and adjacent upland. As many as 321 out of Orange County's 420 bird species have been sighted at the reserve. Hiking, phototgraphy and bird watching are popular activites for the area.

Huntington Beach

Huntington Beach has one of the longest beaches in Orange County with a friendly, laid back atmosphere, even a dog friendly beach. Close to shopping, historic museums, and botanical gardens, Huntington Beach has everything under the sun.

Attractions and activities include:

• Boating
• Fishing
• Golfing
• Hiking
• Rodgers Senior Center
• Huntington Beach Pier
• Huntington Beach Public Library and Central Park
• Huntington Beach Playhouse
• Huntington Central Park Equestrian Center
• Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve
• Shipley Nature Reserve