Events specially designed to serve the disabled are held twice per month. Explore the wonders of Point Lobos along trails that are fully compliant with ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) standards. You are welcome to tour at your own pace, whether you walk fast or slow, are pushing a stroller or walker, using a cane or a wheelchair.
Docents with scopes, binoculars, otter pelts, photos, and more will be along the trails to make Point Lobos come alive! We are using state-of-the-art technology to make it easy for anyone to see what is happening in real time in the view of a spotting scope. A close-up of an otter’s face! Baby birds in a nest! Whatever is found by our docents can be seen by all. Of course, there is no charge for participating.
These walks are offered twice per month. For more information, please contact Melissa Gobell, Docent Coordinator and School Walk Coordinator at 831-625-1470.
Wheelchairs are available on loan at three locations in the reserve: Information Station, Whalers Cabin, and the Entrance Station. Ask the docent or park aide on duty at these locations.
Visitors with disabilities whose questions are not answered on this page may contact Point Lobos State Natural Reserve at 831-624-4909 (TTY relay service, 711) to inquire further about accessible facilities and services. On busy days your call may go to voicemail — if that happens, please try again at a later time. (Late in the day is he best time to call.)