Surf City, USA

About 30-45 minutes from La Verne via the 405 freeway and Beach Boulevard, Huntington Beach, otherwise known as Surf City, is an ideal place to go during the summer and has much to offer its visitors. The Surfers' Walk of Fame is located on Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway. The Pierside Center offers dozens of shops, movies, restaurants and an art gallery. The area is well-known for its fireworks displays during the Fourth of July celebration. / photo by Starr Carroll
About 30-45 minutes from La Verne via the 405 freeway and Beach Boulevard, Huntington Beach, otherwise known as Surf City, is an ideal place to go during the summer and has much to offer its visitors. The Surfers’ Walk of Fame is located on Main Street and Pacific Coast Highway. The Pierside Center offers dozens of shops, movies, restaurants and an art gallery. The area is well-known for its fireworks displays during the Fourth of July celebration. / photo by Starr Carroll

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