OK, so I followed instructions and kept this quiet until now. We are still compiling data for the "third half" of this resource - Northern California.
Exploring California's spectacular 1,100-mile-long coast can be a challenge for people who need a fairly level and firm path of travel--be they wheelchair riders, parents pushing strollers, or people who use canes or walkers. That's why we created this thoroughly researched online travel guide, with detailed information about a wide variety of sites, to help you make informed choices that suit your particular needs. (For more about our process and criteria, see How To Use This Site.
Among many adventures that await you are rolling across the sand in a beach wheelchair, fishing from an accessible pier, hiking an accessible trail along an urban waterfront or remote stretch of shoreline, viewing wildlife from a boardwalk, and picnicking among redwoods or on a blufftop, with waves crashing against rocks below. As you explore our beautiful coast, keep in mind that it is a priceless but fragile natural treasure in need of our protection. To learn more about the coast and how you can become involved in its future, see our Resources page.