Tomales Bay State Park is a quiet 2,000-acre day-use park featuring gently sloping, surf-free beaches, protected from winds by Inverness Ridge. The park is adjacent to Point Reyes National Seashore and is accessed from Pierce Point Road, off of Sir Francis Drake Boulevard and Highway 1. Phone (415) 669-1140 for more information.
Accessible picnicking is available at the Millerton Point Trailhead. Accessible parking and vault restroom are nearby.
Heart’s Desire Beach has one accessibly designed table. The grill is on a grassy surface. Restroom is generally accessible. Routes of travel from parking to the picnic table and restroom are generally accessible.
The Millerton Point Trail is a 1.18 mile accessible loop trail located off Highway 1 about five miles north of Point Reyes Station. This 1-mile accessible loop trail traverses coastal bluffs with spectacular views of Tomales Bay, Point Reyes, and surrounding coastal hills. The surface is compacted soil. The trail is generally flat at less than 5% slopes with one section for 135 feet at 7%. Accessible parking and accessible vault restroom are available at the trailhead.
Accessible Trail Data
|Millerton Point Trail
||5 FT Average
||Soil & Wood
||5 FT Minimum
Due to staffing levels, a beach wheelchair is only available from May 1 – Labor Day with advanced notice. Contact the Tomales Bay Ranger Station at (415) 669-1140 to make arrangements.
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