After soaking up the sun on the sand, there’s no better way to end the day than sitting in the glow of your bonfire, watching the sunset over the Pacific. With more than 500 concrete fire rings, Huntington Beach is one of the very few places on California’s coast where you can still build a bonfire and enjoy s’mores – that simple yet incomparable combination of toasted marshmallows and chocolate pressed between two graham crackers.
Simply purchase your firewood and fixings from your hotel, or from a beach concessionaire, grab the family and friends, then head back to Surf City’s sands!
With 10 miles of wide-open white sand California beaches, Huntington Beach is a destination of choice for vacationers and business travelers alike. To plan your Surf City USA® vacation, or to learn more about Huntington Beach, read reviews from past visitors and compare hotel prices and visit the Huntington Beach Marketing and Visitors Bureau website at www.SurfCityUSA.com or call 800-729-6232 for a free Visitors Guide.
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