31131 South Coast Highway, Laguna Beach, Ca. 92652
(949)923 - 2280
DescriptionAliso Beach is located at 31131 South Coast Highway, Laguna Beach, California. The paved parking lot has three handicapped spaces. It is next to the beach, separated only by a concrete walkway.
The walkway is lined with benches facing the beach. The Sands Snack Bar has tables, chairs and benches. There is one step down to the sand, or a ramp near the lifeguard stand.A beach wheelchair is available to borrow. Ask at the lifeguard stand.
Unisex restrooms are single-occupancy, two of which are handicapped-accessible.
- Number of handicapped spaces: 3
Location of handicapped spaces: back of lot
Surface of lot: paved
Distance to venue: close
Places to rest: benches along walkway
Paths and walkways: concrete
Location of handicapped entrance: one step down to sand or ramp
Ramps: one down to sand
Steps and staircases: one step to sand
Width of aisles: concrete walkway is wide
Places to sit: benches along walkway and near snack bar
Location of restrooms: near snack bar
Type of restroom: all single-occupancy, 2 handicapped-accessible
Ease of entry and exit: easy
Baby changing station: no
Available food services: Sands Snack Bar
Friendliness of staff: lifeguards were friendly
Our trolley ride along Pacific Coast Highway in Laguna took us past Aliso Beach, yet another beautiful place.
The next day we went back by car. Getting there was easy, just off Pacific Coast Highway. Metered parking was also easy, right at the beach – three handicapped spaces in the paved lot.
Get out of your car, or just face the ocean in your parking space and you are at the beach!
A concrete walkway separates the parking area afrom the beach, with lots of benches along the walkway. We walked to the Sands Snack Bar (on the walkway) where we had a surprisingly good lunch.We sat at one of the tables facing the ocean and enjoyed the gorgeous view while we ate.
Everyone we met was lovely. We stopped to talk to one of the lifeguards about the serious rip currents. During our conversation we found out that a beach wheelchair is available to borrow on a “”first-come-first-served”” basis. Just ask at the lifeguard stand or office.
The unisex, restrooms are all single occupancy (with 2 handicapped-accessisble rooms). There are no baby-changing facilities.
This is a peaceful, beautiful place to relax. As always, we at Destination Accessible advise you to check a venue’s website, www.ocparks.com/beaches/aliso, when planning a visit, to “”know before you go.”