Hunter Jones and Lex Weinstein continue their trip through California's premier surf towns in Huntington Beach aka "Surf City USA." They meet up with Championship Tour star Courtney Conlogue at the Huntington Beach Pier, home to the US Open of Surfing, consistent waves, and countless iconic moments in surfing history. After a surf and a burrito by the pier, they tour the International Surfing Museum and Surfing Walk of Fame with the first-ever surfing World Champion Peter Townend, stop by 17th Street Boardshop to hand out the Saltiest Local Award, and paddle out with the Sea Tiger organization.
Huntington Beach is the traditional homelands and shared territory of the Acjachemen and Tongva peoples. It is known by the place name "Lukupangma" in the Acjachemen and Tongva languages. The Acjachemen people have lived in the place we call Orange County for over 10,000 years and are still here stewarding the land alongside surfers, environmentalists, and others who care about our shared coastline.