1. The City of Long Beach, New York

    http://www.longbeachny.gov/

    Welcome to the City of Long Beach, a picturesque community nestled along the Atlantic Ocean, commonly known as the" City by the Sea." Residents and visitors can explore our 3.5 miles of pristine beach, walk, run or ride our 2.1 mile boardwalk, surf the waves, eat in one of our amazing restaurants, shop in our business districts with unique shops and so much more.

  2. Visit Long Beach: Official Travel Website For Long Beach ...

    https://www.visitlongbeach.com/

    Long Beach is a waterfront playground located right in the heart of Southern California. Here you can experience it all: a deep-sea adventure at the Aquarium of the Pacific, whale watching on the water, shopping in one of the city’s many unique districts, a tour of coastal breweries, a vibrant foodie scene, and so much more.

  3. Long Beach, California - Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Long_Beach,_California

    Long Beach is a city in the U.S. state of California located within the Los Angeles metropolitan area.It is the 42nd most populous city in the United States, with a population of 466,742 as of 2020. A charter city, Long Beach is the 7th most populous city in California.. Incorporated in 1897, Long Beach lies in Southern California in the southern part of Los Angeles County.

  4. Welcome | City of Long Beach, Washington

    https://longbeachwa.gov/

    The City\'s vision is for Long Beach, Washington to become a vibrant resort community that shares its unique coastal environment with residents, businesses, and visitors.

  5. THE 15 BEST Things to Do in Long Beach - 2021 (with Photos ...

    https://www.tripadvisor.com/Attractions-g32648-Activities-Long_Beach_California.html

    Long Beach is a melting pot of cultures within the larger melting pot of LA County. 12.

  6. Long Beach Island | VisitNJ.org

    https://visitnj.org/city/long-beach-island

    Shore Region LBI, as Long Beach Island is known in the local lingo, is a beach lover’s paradise. Even at the widest point of this 18-mile-long island strewn with small shore towns and long stretches of white sand, you’re never more than half a mile from the other side.