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Huntington Beach, CA

With some of the best surf breaks in the state and 8.5 miles of beach and paved boardwalks, Huntington Beach is Surf City USA. Huntington Beach is also home to the U.S. Open of Surfing, AVP Pro Beach Volleyball and the Surf City USA Marathon. If you want to catch as many waves as possible, you'll want to find Huntington Beach apartments near all the wave-breaking action.

Though Huntington Beach originally was built around oil drilling; its major industry today is tourism. A major draw to the area is the Huntington Beach Pier, one of the longest municipal piers in California. Residents of Huntington Beach apartments along the coast can fish, eat shop, watch the surfers and catch some amazing Pacific Ocean sunsets.

The thriving downtown district attracts millions of visitors each year. Downtown Huntington Beach includes an arts center, restaurants, a playhouse, trendy Huntington Beach apartments, eclectic shopping, the International Surfing Museum, the Surfing Hall of Fame and the Surfing Walk of Fame. Also in the downtown area, Surf City Nights draw locals in each Tuesday evening with merchant exhibits, a farmer's market, live entertainment and the Taste of Main Street event.

If you are a nature lover searching Huntington Beach apartments for rent, this city doesn't disappoint. Huntington Beach's 354-acre Central Park is one of the largest city parks in Southern California and is home to the Huntington Central Park Equestrian Center and the world's second-oldest Frisbee golf course. For more serene outdoor adventure, check out the Bolsa Chica Ecological Preserve and Wetlands, which contain numerous trails and scenic routes. The Wetlands also offer multiple opportunities for bird-watching and photography, since great blue herons and snowy egrets readily inhabit the area.

No matter where in the city you are searching for Huntington Beach apartments, you will be within reach to the city's culture and arts scene. Multiple attractions are throughout the city, such as the Huntington Beach Central Library and Cultural Center. In September, check out the SoCal Independent Film Festival, which offers award-winning movies and screenplays, industry speakers, professional workshops, question and answer periods with directors and actors, special guests and much more.

Whether you are searching for apartments near the coast in Huntington Beach or you need to find an apartment closer to work, use ApartmentGuide.com to aid you in your search.