Free Entrance & Beach Wheelchair Rental

Marina Del Rey

Marina Del Rey boasts that it has the world’s largest man-made small-craft harbor––up to 7,500 boats are docked here. Built in wetlands in 1960, the main channel is 18 to 24 feet deep, 1,000 feet wide, and a mile long. •Accessible Visitor Center: Yes •Beach Wheelchair: Yes •Available on a first-come, first-served basis at the lifeguard tower; call 310 822-6712. •Accessible Parking: Yes •At the lot for Marina Beach on Panay Way, the visitor center off Admiralty Way, Burton W. Chace Park, and Fisherman’s Village. •Free parking is available for vehicles displaying a disabled placard or license plate on non-holiday weekdays at lots that are either staffed or ungated. •Accessible Restroom: Yes •Most restrooms in the marina have limited wheelchair access. Restrooms near the picnic shelter have front-transfer stalls with one side grab bar, but the stalls are too small to close the door with a wheelchair inside. •Restrooms outside the visitor center have narrow front-transfer stalls and grab bars, but the entrance doors are heavy and the 90-degree turn into the stalls might be too tight for a large wheelchair. •At Marina Beach, restrooms have three-foot-wide stalls with grab bars mounted too high, and the flush valve is hard to reach. There are spacious changing areas in these restrooms. •Accessible Picnic Tables: Yes at Mother’s Beach and Burton W. Chace Park

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