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.
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beach wheelchairs for loan (PDF)
Wheelchair Rider Guides in PDF
(PDF: 200k) Published 2006
Hard copy available from
California Coastal Conservancy (510) 286-1015
A Wheelchair Rider's Guide: Los Angeles & Orange County (PDF: 200k) Published 2001
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