One of the things I enjoy about living in California is all the accessible parks and places. There are several websites that lists parks with accessible trails and such, and some also include pictures. I wanted to take this one step further by making a video/photo montage of each of the parks I have enjoyed going to. My way of sharing with others in wheelchairs what the park looks like and how accessible it is.

Monday, October 8, 2012

Lighthouse Field State Beach

Lighthouse Field State Beach is home to California's first surfing museum and it overlooks one of the local surfing hot spots - Steamer Lane.

It is one of my favorite places in Santa Cruz to visit because there is a long, paved walkway which stretches along the coastline, giving you a wonderful view of the Pacific Ocean and the beaches below.

You can watch and listen to the seals on Seal Rock, or enjoy watching the surfers as they ride the waves. There are several parking areas near the surfing museum and most of them have at least one handicap parking spot.

To see more of Lighthouse Field State Beach,
please watch my video.




1 comment:

Thomas said...

Another beautiful place! You have certainly been living your life to the fullest! It is so good to know that you’re not letting disability get in the way. I really like the Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park! It seems like a wonderful place based on the video. You have visited such beautiful places which for me such an achievement! How have you been travelling? You can make life much more convenient if try checking out those MV1 Vans that have ramps and is primarily designed for wheelchairs: http://www.mv1ofindianapolis.com/mv1/wheelchair-accessible-cars-in-indiana-accessibility it will surely make every of your adventures sweeter!