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Explore Enjoy Protect

 

  • Rolling across the sand in a beach wheelchair
  • Fishing from an accessible pier
  • Hiking an accessible trail or boardwalk
  • Picnicking on a bluff with waves crashing against rocks below

California's spectacular coast offers many outdoor adventures for wheelchair riders, parents pushing strollers, and others who need accessibility features such as a wide, fairly level and firm path of travel. This guide can help you choose the destinations that suit your needs from among the coast's many wheelchair-accessible parks, trails, beaches, viewpoints, and other sites of interest.

As you explore, keep in mind that our beautiful coast is a fragile natural treasure. To learn more about how you can become involved in its protection, see our Resources page.

 

Happy trails!


Browse Coastal Counties
 

SOUTHERN
Ventura
Los Angeles
Orange
San Diego

CENTRAL
Santa Cruz
Monterey
San Luis Obispo
Santa Barbara
SF BAY AREA
Sonoma
Napa*
Solano*
Marin
Contra Costa*
San Francisco
Alameda*
San Mateo*
Santa Clara*
NORTHERN
Del Norte
Humboldt
Mendocino

*coming soon


Beach Wheelchairs

Download a list of beaches with
beach wheelchairs for loan (PDF)

A Wheelchair Rider's Guide San Francisco Bay and the Nearby Coast

Wheelchair Rider Guides in PDF

Acrobat pdf format

A Wheelchair Rider's Guide: San Francisco Bay Area & Nearby Coast

(PDF: 200k) Published 2006
Hard copy available from
California Coastal Conservancy (510) 286-1015

 

Acrobat pdf format

A Wheelchair Rider's Guide: Los Angeles & Orange County (PDF: 200k) Published 2001

 

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Map of California Counties
Access Norhtern California This web guide is a project of Access Northern California.   California Coastal Conservancy Thanks to our partner the California Coastal Conservancy

DISCLAIMER: Although the information contained in this web-guide was believed to be correct at the time of publication, neither Access Northern California nor California Coastal Conservancy shall be held responsible or liable for any inaccuracies, errors, or omissions, nor for information that changes or becomes outdated. Neither Access Northern California nor California Coastal Conservancy assume any liability for any injury or damage arising out of, or in connection with, any use of this guide or the sites described in it.