Doheny State Beach offers camping in the southern area and day use in the northern area. The beach is a mile north of Interstate 5 at 25300 Dana Point Harbor Drive. Phone (949) 496-6172 for more information.
Four accessible campsites are available (#16, #27, #91, #117). Each campsite has a fire ring and picnic table. Two combination restroom/shower buildings, located near site #16 and #117, are accessible. Van accessible parking is available adjacent to the combination restroom/shower buildings. The campfire center is accessible.
The North Day Use Area features 10 accessible picnic areas and 2 accessible group picnic areas. Routes of travel to the picnic areas are accessible. Van accessible and standard accessible parking is available in lot 1, 2 and 3. Accessible restrooms and outdoor rinsing showers are available near the group picnic area.
The South Day Use Area features an accessible restroom with accessible outdoor rinsing showers. Van accessible parking is available at the restroom. The route of travel from the parking to the restroom is accessible and also provides access to the picnic area and horseshoe pit areas.
The Beach Promenade Trail is a 1.3 mile concrete promenade that meanders through the park offering great access to multiple day use activities such as picnicking and beach side walking. Accessible parking and restroom facilities are available.
Several beach wheelchairs are available. Call (949) 496-6162 or (949) 496-6172 for more information. A wooden boardwalk in the North Picnic Area extends from the snack bar/rental concessionaire to about halfway across the beach towards the ocean and ends at a shade structure.
Visitor Center: Located just south of the entrance station, the visitor center is generally accessible, as are many of the exhibits. Assistance may be needed and is available to reach some items. Van accessible parking is available at the visitor center.