Natural Bridges State Beach with its surf-worn rock bridge provides a good vantage point for beach and bird watchers. The park's Monarch Grove Natural Preserve provides a temporary home for over 100,000 Monarchs each winter. Exit Highway 1 at Swift Avenue west, or follow West Cliff Drive north along the in-town bluffs until it ends at the park. Phone 831-423-4609.
Two accessible sites and several usable tables are available. Restroom: Accessible restrooms are available at the visitor center. Parking: Accessible parking is available. Routes of travel are generally accessible or usable.
The Monarch Trail is an accessible interpretive boardwalk of about 0.13 mile. It has shaded areas and many rest or conversation areas, some with built-in benches. Trailhead is near visitor center. Van accessible parking, accessible restroom, picnic table and potable water are in main lot below Visitor Center.
Adjacent to the entrance station is a generally accessible viewing platform with benches that overlook the beach and the natural bridges.
A beach wheelchair is available. Call (831) 423-4609 for information.
The visitor center is generally accessible and includes interactive displays, videos and a bookstore. Restrooms in the visitor center are accessible. Parking: Accessible parking is available at the visitor center.