Visitors and locals are invited to explore all that Huntington Beach has to offer via the Surf City USA Shuttle, a complimentary weekend shuttle service to five distinctive stops. Looking for your shuttle? The shuttles are tracked through live GPS and can be followed on the map above. The Surf City USA shuttle runs from Friday, June 17, 2016 through Sunday, September 4, 2016 with service from 10 a.m. through 10 p.m. on Fridays, and Saturdays, and on Sundays from 10 a.m. through 8 p.m. Headed Downtown for the Fourth of July Celebration or the US Open of Surfing? Find additional Surf City USA Shuttle stop locations and hours below for these special events!
at Shorebreak Hotel on 5th Street
Stop here for Downtown shopping, dining and entertainment on Main and 5th Streets. Enjoy direct access to the Huntington Beach Pier and Huntington City Beach. The shuttle stops on 5th Street near the Kimpton Shorbreak Hotel with Zimzala Dining.
at Peter's Landing on Pacific Coast Highway and Anderson Street
Stop here for Sunset Beach hotels as well as Huntington Harbour shopping, dining and activities. The shuttle stops in the Peter’s Landing complex just off of Anderson Street.
at Beach Boulevard on Huntington Beach Mall Road behind Century Theatre
Stop here for Bella Terra shopping, dining and entertainment, including the Century Movie Theatre. Also stop for Hotel Huntington Beach, Old World Village, and the Vans Skate Park. The shuttle stops directly behind the movie theatre at Bella Terra on Huntington Beach Mall Road facing the 405 Freeway.
at Beach Boulevard on Atlanta Avenue
Stop here for Beach Promenade shopping and dining. The shuttle stops on Atlanta Avenue at the OCTA bus stop.
at Pacific View Avenue behind LOT 579
Stop here for Pacific City shopping, dining and entertainment. Also stop for Paséa Hotel & Spa and Tanner’s Dining, The Waterfront Beach Resort, a Hilton Hotel and Shades Dining, and The Hyatt Regency Resort & Spa and Watertable Dining. The shuttle stops at Pacific City directly behind LOT 579.
The iconic pier is a must see on any trip to Huntington Beach. Stretching 1,856 feet into the Pacific Ocean, it offers breathtaking views and the classic Ruby’s Diner at the end.
With 530 concrete fire rings, HB is one of the few places on California's coast where you can still build a bonfire and enjoy s'mores. Head to the beach across PCH from the shuttle stop for fire rings.
Huntington Beach, Surf City USA: Welcome to the center of the surfing universe. From the waves to Main Street and out into the boulevards, surfing plays a huge role in the daily life of HB locals.
A remarkable destination for birdwatchers and anyone who loves the outdoors, Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve has five miles of trails, and over 200 species of birds.