Professional Surf Competition in Huntington Beach September 16-24
Huntington Beach, California, otherwise known as Surf City, USA, has such great surfing waves that it has been chosen to kick off the 2024 Olympic Surfing Qualifying circuit. From September 16 – 24, Huntington Beach will be welcoming the world’s best surfers to compete in the World Surfing Games, where they will vy for their chance to participate in the 2024 Olympics.
The event kicks off with an Opening Ceremony on September 16, and the games continue until the final rounds on the 24th.
For travelers and locals alike, the events are free to attend and can best be viewed from the Huntington Beach Pier or the sand.
For anyone joining the games in Surf City from out of town, here’s the latest travel info from Visit Huntington Beach:
- Where to stay: Huntington Beach has plenty of waterfront resorts to choose from such as the Kimpton Shorebreak Huntington Beach Resort or Paséa Hotel & Spa.
- Where to eat: No matter what your hankering is for, Huntington Beach has a variety of food options from healthy bowls to Michelin-star fine dining. Some notable eateries in Huntington Beach include Zero Zero Pizzeria, The Black Trumpet Bistro Tapas, and Sandy’s Beach Shack.
- Things to do: When the ISA competition concludes for the day, take a surf lesson for yourself, head to a yoga class, take a trip to the spa… the opportunities are endless!
- Schedule of ISA Events: Follow closely as the tournament unfolds!
More trip planning intel can be found at Visit Huntington Beach.