Huntington City Beach & Pier
Huntington Beach Multiuse Trail
Trailhead: Accessible entrances are at the state beach parking lots, the pier, 11th and 9th Sts., and Dog Beach.
Length: Over 4 total miles
Typical Width: 4 ft. & above
Typical Grade: GentleThe trail north of the pier has several steep grades; south of the pier the trail is level.
DescriptionThis trail travels mile after mile of broad sandy beach, with several opportunities to exit to dine and shop (Main Street by the pier offers the most options). At the quieter southern end of the state beach, the trail is level with the beach and you can’t always see the ocean because the sand is so deep. A...
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The facilities listed below meet all of our access criteria unless otherwise noted.
Beach Wheelchair: Yes
Accessible Parking: Yes
Accessible Restroom: Yes
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|City of Huntington Beach
|Pacific Coast Hwy.
|5 am-midnight. Beach: 5 am-10 pm.
| In restricted areas
Allowed in parking lots and on the multiuse trail; must be on a leash no longer than six feet. Not permitted on the beach except at Dog Beach (Pacific Coast Hwy. between Seapoint St. and 21st St.).
|Orange County Transportation Authority
Reviewed by Bonnie Lewkowicz, September 3, 2013
| This web guide is a project of Access Northern California.
Thanks to our partner the California Coastal Conservancy