Beach Dog Beach Map. Beach Location is between
Seapoint beach access ramp and 21st Street. Click
map points for more detailed information.
Feet: 6860 ft
Miles: 1.29 miles
width of beach is 225 ft
three metered parking lots and metered street parking.
There are a total of 234 parking spaces in the three bluff
lots. There are 54 spaces in the northern two lots and 180
in the southern lot. Dog bag dispensers are located in the
parking lots, access walks, and beach kiosks.
Free Parking Area: Many regulars that go to dog beach park
their cars on Seapoint Avenue just before Harriett Weider
Park. There is free street parking here for about twenty
cars. Great if you are going to be at the beach awhile or
don't have quarters. Just do a U-turn at the end of
Seapoint if you are turning in from the beach. Dog people
like it since there is a open space field with dog bags that is
next to the parking. Surfers like these spaces since it is
free and there are trash cans next to the parking area.
People can let their dogs do their business in the field before
hitting the beach. It is a easy walk down to the
beach and there is a nice cross walk and beach ramp at
PCH. This free parking area fills up fast in summer.
Best if you have a small car since lots of the open spaces
between cars can accommodate a small car.
Friendly Dining: Try the Park Bench on Goldenwest.
Minutes from dog beach. Great place to hit after a morning
run with your dog on the beach. However, can be packed on
weekends/holidays, but you can walk the dog or read the paper
while waiting. They only serve breakfast and lunch and are
closed Monday, Tuesday or if raining. You can also try Sally
May's Cafe across the street. They don't have a lawn but
have great views of the lake. Lots of bird watch
in the lake (geese, ducks, herons) at this location.
Simple Map of Huntington Beach Dog Beach
Seapoint access to Dog Beach.
The most northern access location to Dog Beach. The access ramp to
beach is located at Seapoint Ave crosswalk. This is
the primary access for people with dogs in SeaCliff housing
tracts. This very northern section of Dog Beach is
always the least busy.
This section is always the busiest on weekends,
due to the fact that all the dog beach people coming down from the
north hit this parking lot off PCH first. Also,
the beach is wider and nicer and has less sunbathers and more dog
people to associate with. On the weekends there is a
booth selling “Save Dog Beach” items and they also have
information about Dog Beach.
The HB Dog Beach Lifeguard
Station 22 Area is less crowded due to the smaller width of the beach at
high tides. It’s the central access point for Dog
Beach. Ample parking can be found in the Lower North Bluff
Parking Area(16 cars) and the South Bluff Parking Area (180
cars). A Dog
Beach Representative is on duty weekends and holidays by the entrance to the
beach access walkway.
The Golden West Street access is very popular
with sun bathers and beach goers on the weekends and
summer. During weekdays, except for the summer, you
can find plenty of open metered street parking south of Golden
West Street. Free parking can also be found a few blocks in
from the beach. People parking south of Golden West often
use the 17th Street and 20th Street access stairs and walk down
the maintenance access road.
How Dog Beach looked in the 1920s. This is
how Huntington Beach got rich.
Map copyrights: CCCarto