Constructed in 1904, the Huntington Beach Pier has been an icon of the city ever since. For over 100 years the Huntington Beach Pier has been a major tourist attraction for visitors to Orange County. Damaged in the 1980’s after two storms, the Pier was rebuilt and now stretches 1,850 feet into the Pacific Ocean, making it one of the longest piers on the West Coast. The symbolic heart of Huntington Beach, the pier offers stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and Catalina Island, as well as being the perfect place to watch the sunrise or sunset. The Huntington Beach Pier is integral to the region’s surfing lore, and today visitors to the pier enjoy hanging out watching surfers ride the waves below. Aside from being a nice walk, the Huntington Beach Pier is also a popular fishing spot, so rent a rod and reel and try your luck at landing a big catch. Be sure to walk to the end of Huntington Beach Pier and stop by Ruby’s Diner for a juicy burger and frosty milkshake. Located at the end of Main Street and the corner of Pacific Coast Highway, the Huntington Beach Pier features many exciting annual events, including the US Open of Surfing. Stay at the Huntington Beach Inn and walk to the Huntington Beach Pier in mere minutes. The Huntington Beach Inn is one of the closest hotels near Huntington Beach Pier.