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Vacation Rental Price Information in Huntington Beach
We analyzed vacation houses, cottages and apartments to display a price graph showing the average price per night in Huntington Beach. The week with the highest average prices is in August (8/11 - 8/18). During this week, a night will cost on average $393. You can find some of the best deals during a week of January (1/26 - 2/2). It is the cheapest week of the next 12 months.
Rental Availability Information in Huntington Beach
Our availability graph helps you identify the busiest months in Huntington Beach. The week with the lowest percentage of available accommodations is in July (7/28 - 8/4). The week with the highest percentage of available rentals is in November (11/24 - 12/1).
The Weather in Huntington Beach
Above are the weather conditions for Huntington Beach. September is the warmest month of the year in Huntington Beach with temperatures reaching a maximum average of 84°. However, temperatures can go lower than 46° in Huntington Beach in January. According to the climate diagram, January is the rainiest month of the year in Huntington Beach.
Huntington Beach Vacation Rentals for the Ultimate Vacation
Hard to believe, but Huntington Beach, one of the United States’ most popular resort destinations, was once upon a time just a tiny town with a handful of surf shops and a community of local surfers. They enjoyed the waves, breeze, and laid-back vibe. But it wasn't long before the rest of the world came to experience Huntington Beach's white sand shores and legendary waves. Today the town is an attractive destination for surfers and those just looking for a beach getaway. No matter which camp you fall into, explore the many Huntington Beach vacation rentals for a great travel and lifestyle experience.
Getting to Huntington Beach by Car
It’s easy to hire a rental car for your vacation and drive to your Huntington Beach vacation rental from any of the five international airports nearby. Los Angeles Airport is about a 45 minute drive away, whereas John Wayne Airport, which serves Orange County where Huntington Beach is located, is very close by. Those who choose to forgo a rental car for their trip will have an easier time getting from John Wayne to their Huntington Beach vacation home by shuttle or taxi.
The great thing about basing yourself in a Huntington Beach vacation home is that you are in a good position to reach other major attractions in Southern California, including Disneyland, Hollywood, and with a bit of driving, the San Diego Zoo.
Dining Out in Huntington Beach
Get ready for the ultimate food trip! From most Huntington Beach vacation homes, it’s easy to explore the wide range of restaurants that line the beach. Have a waterfront seafood dinner for that romantic date night you've always envisioned, or head for casual, authentic Italian or trendy sushi. Families might enjoy the local diners for classic American fare. True foodies should head to the annual Taste of Huntington Beach festival, which takes place every spring. And since you'll be staying in the comfort of your own Huntington Beach vacation rental, be sure to check out the Friday afternoon downtown Farmer's Market, offering local produce, nuts and flowers. The Farmer's Market is held together with the Art-A-Faire, where local vendors sell handmade crafts and gifts. Get your groceries for your Huntington Beach vacation home's kitchen, and then pick up some souvenirs!
Best Beaches at Huntington Beach
The so-called Surf City USA is known for its eternal summer vibes. The sun shines nearly all year round, the locals are laid-back, and the sunsets seem magical. Join the 11 million visitors who flock to Huntington City Beach every year, one of the most popular California attractions. People come with their pets, families, and friends, meeting new acquaintances along the way. Make a bonfire with the kids at night in one of the 500 available free fire rings, and enjoy peaceful barbecuing and roasting marshmallows.
There’s also Huntington Dog Beach, frequented of course by vacationers with their (leashed) canine companions. Beach parking is best at the south end of State Beach, which is also ideal for those looking to swim rather than surf. Bolsa Chica State Beach is popular for those learning how to surf, as the waves tend to be smaller here.
Taking Children to Huntington Beach
Huntington Beach vacation rentals make it easy to entertain the little ones. Have a cookout at a bonfire like most families on the beach do, and then come home to your own Huntington Beach vacation home to get cozy in the evening. Kids can spend all day playing at the beach. Lifeguards are stationed on 3.5 miles of Main Beach year-round — just be sure to look for the manned stands. For those looking for time away from the water, head to Central Park, which offers trails, playgrounds, cafes, an ampitheater, a disc golf course, horseback riding and more. Meanwhile, for those who’ve always wanted to check out the world’s most famous playground, there’s always Disneyland in nearby Anaheim!
Check out our options for the best Huntington Beach vacation rentals. No matter your taste, preference, or personal style, you can find a home away from home that will suit your mood and match your needs for the perfect vacation. Coming home in Huntington Beach will let you live out that Southern California daydream.
Huntington Beach: An idyllic Californian coastal city
International Surfing Museum
This museum is dedicated to Duke Kahanamoku who is considered to have popularised modern surfing. Visitors can check out classic surf films, historic surfboards, and information on legendary surfers.
Bolsa Chica State Beach
Spend a day surfing, sunbathing, playing volleyball or collecting conch shells. Bare-handed fishing is even possible with a permit on new and full moon nights.
Huntington Beach State Park
A South Carolina landmark, this wide beach is a haven for seaside campers, surf fishers and bird-watchers. You may even spot an alligator or a mink in the park’s freshwater lake.
Huntington Dog Beach
Located along the bluffs between Seapoint and Goldenwest streets, this 1.5-mile-long beach allows dogs off the lead. Watch them socialise and enjoy the sea breeze.
Huntington Beach Pier
One of the longest on the West Coast, this pier is amongst Huntington Beach's most-photographed locations. Stroll along it for superb views of Catalina Island, Newport Beach and San Pedro.
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