CALIFORNIA PARTY BEACHES

By Lisa Dworkin for bestinbeach on Aug 09, 2016

Photo courtesy of Lisa Dworkin. All rights reserved.

Photo courtesy of Lisa Dworkin. All rights reserved.

California Party Beaches

California is full of great beaches along its famed coastline. With so many beaches, there’s something for everyone, including people who love a good beach party.

Best California Party Beach in LA

Venice Beach party courtesy of  youtube .

Venice Beach party courtesy of youtube.

Venice Beach

Venice Beach may be one of the most famous beaches in the US. It’s “known for its canals, beaches and circus-like Ocean Front Walk, a two-and-a-half-mile pedestrian-only promenade that features performers, fortune-tellers, artists, and vendors.

 

There’s more to the Venice Beach party than Ocean Front Walk, however. Venice Beach encompasses Ocean Front Walk; the beach itself; Muscle Beach – an area with weight lifting equipment and a sand box with gymnastic, rope climbing, and acrobatic bars — ; handball courts; paddle tennis courts; a skateboard park; beach volleyball courts; a bike trail; and basketball courts where numerous NBA players were developed and recruited.

 

Best California Party Beach in Orange County

Huntington Beach party courtesy of  maddest .

Huntington Beach party courtesy of maddest.

Huntington City Beach

Huntington Beach is widely known as Surf City USA because of its outstanding surf. Located right across the street from Downtown Huntington Beach, Huntington City Beach is a long sandy beach with a mild year round climate, world-class surfing and a laid-back beach culture.

 

Meanwhile, Downtown Huntington Beach is the area’s most popular location for nightlife where you’ll find live entertainment, dancing, and specialty cocktails, including adult milkshakes.

 

Best California Party Beach in San Diego

Pacific Beach party courtesy of socalbeaches.

Pacific Beach party courtesy of socalbeaches.

Pacific Beach

Locals know Pacific Beach as PB. It’s a favorite spot of San Diego college students and young adults because of its 3 miles of boardwalk and lively atmosphere, both day and night. According to discovered.com, “Pacific Beach is the beach party capital of San Diego. With a steady flow of youngsters and a few denial-clad elders heading straight to the sand from Garnet Avenue and Pacific Beach Drive, there’s always a beach keg to crash. Alcohol is permitted from 12-8pm on the beach.”

To many joyful beach experiences!

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