Explore the most popular trails in Huntington State Beach with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Huntington State Beach is the site of a nesting sanctuary for the California least tern, a rare and endangered species. The beach is also sanctuary for the threatened snowy plover. The park also features a bicycle trail. Surfing, skating and surf fishing are also popular. The park has fire rings for bonfires. This popular beach extends two miles from Beach Boulevard in Huntington Beach south to the Santa Ana River on the Newport Beach boundary. Across from the beach is the 114-acre Huntington Beach Wetlands, operated by the Department of Fish and Game.

Free parking on Magnolia. Many restrooms along the trail, few public showers and water fountains.

Just another section of trail that extends along most the coast of southern California. I've completed different sections of this trail on different occasions as it's a popular area to stroll the beach. Paved surface that is facing the shore of the Pacific. Popular for a lot of activities including use of beach cruisers, roller blades, skate boards, joggers, and those just out for a leisure stroll. Relatively flat with a couple small inclines so over all an easy trail. Great for an evening stroll if you're not looking for a lot of privacy or seclusion.

road biking
4 months ago

I’ve bikes this trail for past 2 years now and it’s one of my favorite!!! I start at the Huntington pier, down to sunset beach, break at the end of road bike trail at 7-11 for a refreshment and turn around to go all the way down to Newport beach to get my Lobster Roll as a reward. Then bike back to the pier. Love that there is a Bike trail inside, safe and away from the main streets where cars are. 23 miles total easy trail where even my teenagers can do. All paved roads, gorgeous views.

I’ve bikes this trail for past 2 years now and it’s one of my favorite!!! I start at the Huntington pier, to the Chico State beach, break at the end of road bike trail at 7-11 for a refreshment and turn around to go all the way down to Newport beach to get my Lobster Roll as a reward. Then bike back to the pier. Love that there is a Bike trail inside, safe & away from the main streets where cars are. 23 miles total easy trail where even my teenagers can do.

road biking
6 months ago

Paved trail which is great for all sorts of activities. Pretty flat without a lot of hills and highly used.

This is very pretty mostly flat trail. Lots of birds and other wildlife.

I love riding my cruiser here!

Nice easy ride..wind generally comes up from the east in afternoon.. could make for a long ride back if you are riding into it

It is a very nice bike ride or hike if you like beaches. defanally would recommend this to beginers.

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