Beaches, day spas, arts and culture, historical downtown, shopping, pet-friendly parks, parks reserves and wetlands, nightlife, attraction and activities, the city of Huntington Beach is delivering a high-standard of living to its residents who want to experience a custom-coastal ambiance. Explore the Surfer’s Hall of Fame in Downtown Huntington Beach, check out the latest exhibit at the Huntington Beach Art Center or window shop in any of the plethora of boutique stores at The Strand or on Main Street. While you are exploring the Huntington Beach condos for sale, stay a bit longer and watch the street performers during Surf City Nights or sample local fresh fruit at the Farmers Market. If you are cool enough to live in one of the Huntington Beach penthouses or lofts then you are certainly hip enough to test your skateboarding skills out at the Vans off the Wall Skate Park.
What else is there to do in Huntington Beach? Well the beach is free (obviously), although parking is not. Play some beach volleyball, watch the surfers from the Huntington Beach Pier (or go fishing off of it), or just people watch. When the sun goes down, fire up a bonfire while you are watching a sunset are head over to the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve – Huntington Beach is extremely friendly to people who are not interested in spending a boat-load of money. After looking at the Huntington Beach properties visit the Shipley Nature Center in Huntington Central Park and learn a little about botany, bring your skateboard or bike down to the paved beach path and cruise up and down the boardwalk. While searching for Huntington Beach condos for sale, take a break at some point and visit the International surfing museum (it is only 2 bucks), or if you happen to be searching for Huntington Beach real estate at the right time of the year you might be able to catch a glimpse of the US Open of Surfing, Pacific Islander Festival, Fourth of July Parade or Duck-A-Thon.