Top 10 Longest Piers in the United States

St. Pete Pier:St. Petersburg, Florida has been home to a number of piers jutting out into Tampa Bay since the late 19th century. 

Seal Beach Municipal Pier:Seal Beach Municipal Pier is the second-longest wooden pier in California at 1,835 feet. Located in the coastal city of Seal Beach in Orange County.

Riverside Park Fishing Pier:The Riverside Park Fishing Pier (sometimes known as the Green Bridge Fishing Pier) stretches 2,000 feet in length over the waters of the Manatee River.

Oceanside Municipal Fishing Pier:Oceanside Municipal Fishing Pier is the longest wooden fishing pier on the West Coast at 1,942 feet. The original pier was first built in 1888 and destroyed by the raging sea, according to Visit Oceanside.

Ocean Beach Pier:Ocean Beach Pier is the longest concrete pier on the West Coast at 1,971 feet. Located in San Diego, CA, OB Pier dates back to 1966. 

Navy Pier:Navy Pier is the longest public pier in the United States at 3,300 feet. The pier lies on the shoreline of Lake Michigan in Chicago, IL, and is a major tourist destination in the Midwest.

James River Bridge Fishing Pier: the pier reached a length of 2,364 total feet, making it the third longest pier in the United States, wrote Newport News Now.

Huntington Beach Pier:Huntington Beach Pier stretches 1,850 feet into the Pacific Ocean. The pier is the most photographed spot in Huntington Beach and is open daily from 5 a.m. to midnight, according to surfcityusa.com.

Belmont Veterans Memorial Pier:The pier is a popular spot for fishing for species such as halibut, barracuda, shark, sand bass, croaker, and perch.

Avila Beach Pier:Avila Beach Pier was first constructed in 1908 by the county of San Luis Obispo, writes avilabeachpier.com.

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