Mendocino and it's surrounding Villages date back to the 1850's, therefore the majority of the structures are historical. Although many have been retrofitted with ramps to make access easier for wheelchairs.
Mendocino Handicap Wheelchair Accessible Things to Do
Mendo Insider Tours
Their wheelchair accessible van
removes the challenges of persons traveling with disabilities. Take a custom tour designed to accommodate your needs while making the most of your visit to Mendocino.
WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE LODGING
Many of the Inns and Hotels offer handicap accessible rooms, but not all Hotels and Not all Rooms.
Please confirm with your Innkeeper that your room will suit your special needs.
POINT CABRILLO LIGHTHOUSE
Join our knowledgeable docents for a leisurely stroll through the meadows and along the windswept bluffs of the 300 acre Point Cabrillo Preserve. You'll learn a little coastal ecology and some Mendocino history including the story of the Frolic, the 1850 shipwreck that changed the north coast forever.
Mendocino Coast Botanical Gardens
Located on 47 Ocean Front acres, this magnificent landscape includes canyons, wetlands, coastal bluffs, a closed-cone pine forest and a varied array of floral and plant collections.
Bring a Picnic!
Mendocino Art Center
Explore the arts! Take a class, listen to a concert, enjoy the theater, relax in the gardens, view our exhibits, buy a piece of local art, talk with artists, go on a garden tour, join the fun. There's always something going on.
Fern Canyon in Van Damme
These 1,831 acres of beach and forest feature a lush Fern Canyon scenic trail that takes you to the Pygmy Forest where mature cone-bearing cypress and pine trees stand six inches to eight feet tall
MacKerricher State Park
Popular with hikers, joggers, equestrians and bicyclists. This park is best known for all the seals that live in this beautiful and varied habitat of sandy beaches, ocean bluffs, sand dunes and tide pools to forests and wetlands.
Pt. Arena Lighthouse ~ Point Arena
Open for public tours, the museum is located in the Fog Signal Building, includes displays of historical equipment and pictures, Coast Guard and ship wreck artifacts and charts, geographical maps and information on the area, and examples of local plants, birds, and whales.
Pygmy Forest in Van Damme
Because of poor soil characteristics, and a hardpan that precludes penetration by roots or water, trees on this site are dwarfed. The same species in the surrounding forest off the pygmy soils, attain full height.