Located at Paradise Grille, you'll notice three beach wheelchairs. These devices are available at no charge, and at a first-come-first-serve basis. You can use these wheelchairs all day, though you have to return them to the restaurant by 15 minutes after sunset.
When you make your way passed the restaurant, you'll see an accessible boardwalk. Taking this will lead you to an accessible, concrete path, which gives wheelchair users a chance to get down to the beach, without needing to worry about getting stuck in that pesky sand.
Though Pass-a-Grille offers a chance to rent beach wheelchairs, which is great, those devices aren't necessarily accessible for every wheelchair users. For people who aren't capable of transferring from their own wheelchairs, this concrete path is a great way to access the beach. It isn't quite the same as being on the sand, but is a great alternative that we haven't seen on many of the beaches that we've reviewed so far.
Venturing away from the beach, you can find a number of independently-owned restaurants and shops. Along Pass-a-Grille's historic 8th Avenue, the road is made of bricks. Crossing it could be a little tough for some wheelchair and mobility equipment users, so make sure to take proper precautions.