Huntington State Beach - Magnolia Street

Huntington Beach, California

Huntington State Beach is the site of a nesting sanctuary for the California least tern, a rare and endangered species. The beach is also sanctuary for the threatened snowy plover. The park also features a multi-use trail for walking, skating, or biking; surfing and surf fishing are also popular. The park has fire rings for bonfires. Many local organizations, like Orange County Coastkeeper host monthly beach cleanups here. This popular beach extends two miles from Beach Boulevard in Huntington Beach south to the Santa Ana River on the Newport Beach boundary. Across from the beach is the 114-acre Huntington Beach Wetlands, operated by the Department of Fish and Game (source: CA Department of Parks and Rec). Facilities include poles for volleyball nets, wheelchair-accessible restrooms, beach wheelchairs, and wheelchair access ramps that reach about halfway to the water. Pedestrian access at Beach Blvd., Newland St., Magnolia St., and Brookhurst St.; fee parking. There are group picnic sites at the ends of Newland and Brookhurst. Rangers and lifeguards are on duty all year.

This site is located on the waterfront at the intersection of Magnolia Street and the PCH.

WATER QUALITY
  • Meets water quality standards
  • Current Status
  • This status is based on the latest sample, taken on . Orange County Coastkeeper updates the status of this beach as soon as test results become available. These results were posted to Swim Guide on at
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MONITORING FREQUENCY

Huntington State Beach - Magnolia Street is sampled bi-weekly from January 1st to December 31st

SOURCE INFORMATION

Swim Guide updates for Orange County are maintained by Orange County Coastkeeper based on information about water quality provided by the Orange County Health Care Agency, through the Ocean Water Protection Program at www.ocbeachinfo.com

WATER QUALITY GRAPH

Huntington State Beach - Magnolia Street

Huntington Beach, California

WATER QUALITY
  • Meets water quality standards
  • Current Status
  • This status is based on the latest sample, taken on . Orange County Coastkeeper updates the status of this beach as soon as test results become available. These results were posted to Swim Guide on at
For water quality icon legend, click:   

Huntington State Beach is the site of a nesting sanctuary for the California least tern, a rare and endangered species. The beach is also sanctuary for the threatened snowy plover. The park also features a multi-use trail for walking, skating, or biking; surfing and surf fishing are also popular. The park has fire rings for bonfires. Many local organizations, like Orange County Coastkeeper host monthly beach cleanups here. This popular beach extends two miles from Beach Boulevard in Huntington Beach south to the Santa Ana River on the Newport Beach boundary. Across from the beach is the 114-acre Huntington Beach Wetlands, operated by the Department of Fish and Game (source: CA Department of Parks and Rec). Facilities include poles for volleyball nets, wheelchair-accessible restrooms, beach wheelchairs, and wheelchair access ramps that reach about halfway to the water. Pedestrian access at Beach Blvd., Newland St., Magnolia St., and Brookhurst St.; fee parking. There are group picnic sites at the ends of Newland and Brookhurst. Rangers and lifeguards are on duty all year.

This site is located on the waterfront at the intersection of Magnolia Street and the PCH.

MONITORING FREQUENCY

Huntington State Beach - Magnolia Street is sampled bi-weekly from January 1st to December 31st

SOURCE INFORMATION

Swim Guide updates for Orange County are maintained by Orange County Coastkeeper based on information about water quality provided by the Orange County Health Care Agency, through the Ocean Water Protection Program at www.ocbeachinfo.com

WATER QUALITY GRAPH



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