Scott Creek Beach, just off Highway One several miles north of Davenport, is a great place to watch surfers but not so good for swimming due to a strong undertow. At its northern end, if the winds are right, you may see a colorful array of kiteboarders and sailboats dotting the water. Wheelchair access is limited to the 100-foot plastic boardwalk that leads from the parking area to a beach overlook. If you have a beach wheelchair and are ambitious, you can back the chair down the steep sections of sand until you arrive at the flat beach. It's often breezy, so layered clothing is advisable.
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