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Living in Huntington Beach, California:
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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Huntington Beach, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Huntington Beach what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Huntington Beach is primarily known for its surfing. Surfers from around the world come to Huntington Beach for surfing competitions. Once a year, there are even dog surfing competitions where dogs of various sizes surf on the waves of Huntington Beach. Other competitions such as volleyball are held at the beach on a regular basis.

Brooke, says: 2020

Huntington Beach is a great city where the weather and the pretty nature. My city has excellent beaches for having fun at the weekends and the weekdays. Also, the city has a long and wide pier to walk on to it and watch the waves moving. It is a great city for families and friends to spend more time together.

Maheem, says: 2020

Huntington Beach contains marvelous beaches and natural places to be visited. Besides, the weather cannot be described by words. Each day is like a vacation day with the perfect amount of warmth and the balanced breeze to refresh the person’s mind. There are many nature reserve that are fabulous to look at it and get relaxed.

Kaylie, says: 2020

Huntington Beach, known as “Surf City” to locals and visitors alike, is one of the most picturesque places to eat, shop, play, live, and learn. Heralded for its sand and sun, Huntington Beach has one of the longest strips of straight beachfront in the entire world. This makes it a huge draw for surfers, who can be found throughout the day and night surfing long stretches of waves that seem to never end.

Huntington Beach is full of opportunities for various physical activities. Some popular options include swimming in the ocean, surfing, running on the boardwalk, or walking through the wetlands. This thriving beach city also hosts many community outlets like the Huntington Beach Public Library, the Shipley Nature Center, and a brand new senior center for mature adults to stay active.

Morgan, says: 2020

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