- Accessible Restrooms
- Accessible Parking
- Beach Wheelchair
If you blink you might miss the tiny town of Davenport, a favored dining stop with vacationers traveling from the Bay Area to the Monterey Bay. Davenport Landing is a small sandy pocket beach just north of town, favored by local residents for surfing, windsurfing, and kite flying. It tends to be less crowded than other Santa Cruz County beaches. A wheelchair ramp leads onto the beach from the parking area, and with a beach wheelchair you can explore low-lying tidepools at the north end. It’s a good place to enjoy an evening picnic while watching the sunset.
The facilities listed below meet all of our access criteria unless otherwise noted.
- Accessible Parking:
- Yes – designated accessible parking, van accessible, firm;
- Accessible Restroom:
- Yes – Near parking area; no running water
- Beach Wheelchair:
- Yes – You can rent a beach wheelchair from Shared Adventures (www.sharedadventures.org), but you will have to pick it up in Santa Cruz. Reservations: 831-459-7210.
- Accessible Picnic Table:
- Yes – firm & stable path to tables, firm & stable surface, 27" or greater knee clearance