Are golf carts allowed? Have several elderly that can't walk far
I saw bicycles on the trail and I didn't see any signs prohibiting golf or other electric carts. I wouldn't think they would be prohibited but the best thing to do is contact California Parks and ask them about the Half Moon State Beach and trail regulations. The cement trail is certainly wide enough to accommodate them.
There is a cement walkway from Half Moon Bay State Beach- park in the beach parking lot- it goes south to the Ritz Carlton Hotel and north to an RV park about a half mile past the Miramar restaurant. At the restaurant, if you turn right and go down the street a bit you'll pick up the cement walkway to the left as there will be a sign post. The cement walkway is well done and wheelchairs can travel smoothly. It parallels the ocean for the most part going north and does go slightly inland for a bit. Going north, at one point the walkway will go from cement to a shot wooden bridge to asphalt with auto traffic but the traffic is very, very light and walkers are de rigueur. I walked from the RV lot south to the State Beach and it must have been about 3-4 miles round trip. I use a cane so I am very attuned to access issues and I didn't have any problems. Wish you smooth wheeling!
Never saw one. Don't think it's a good trail for that though. You could give it a try but the trails are dirt with occasional rocks. Certainly can't get down to the beach on a cart.
O am not sure but don’t think a golf cart fits on the trail.
I think you would be best to ask the Ritz-Carlton what the rules are about golf carts since the golf course is right there. The trail itself around the hotel would handle a cart, but I think there are signs posted saying no golf carts permitted on the trail. It's been a while since I paid attention to them, so contacting the ritz is probably the best approach.
For most of the trail, a golf cart could not navigate the trail. There are short sections that could though.
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