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Huntington Harbor

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Away from bustling downtown, Huntington Harbour provides a quaint seaside feel and picturesque scenery. Built in the 1960s and located on the northwest corner of Huntington Beach bordering Seal and Sunset Beach, it is home to five man-made islands which feature more than 500 bayfront homes of all shapes and sizes. The Harbour also serves as the perfect place to enjoy the outdoors. Explore the harbour by renting a private charter, an electric boat, stand-up paddle board or kayak. Huntington Harbour also has plenty of places to eat and drink, which include breweries.

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In Huntington Beach, there is always aquatic risk. Please check in with a lifeguard prior to swimming. Our department determines aquatic risk factors based on ocean conditions.

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The stingray activity is determined by how many people have been stung by stingrays on that day. When more than two beachgoers have been stung by a stingray at the same tower location a purple indicator will appear in front of the tower. The stingray activity dial adjusts based on the total stingray incidents for the entire beach.