Mobility Services for the Physically Challenged – Free and Paid Services
DISABLED: BEACH ACCESS, BEACH WHEELCHAIRS
The Town of Ocean City provides beach wheelchairs at designated locations from 10 am to 5 pm daily, from Memorial Day to Labor Day. They are available from the Beach Patrol on a first-come, first-serve basis. Beach wheelchairs must be used within one block (north or south) of the location where you picked it up, and must be returned by 5 pm.
Please note that beach wheelchairs may not be taken into the water or off of the beach.
These locations may change depending on availability:
Inlet Lot, 1st St., 7th St., 27th St., 30th St., 40th St., 48th St., 59th St., 70th St., 81st St., 89th St., 94th St., 107th St., 120th St., 130th St., 139th St., 145th St.
The Ocean City Police Department provides beach wheelchairs at 65th St., (bayside). You can reserve one in advance for one or more days of use. Certain restrictions may apply. For more info, call 410-723-6610.
The Ocean City Visitors Center also offers beach wheelchairs by advance reservation for 1-3 days of use. For more info, visit the Convention Center on 40th Street or call 410-289-2800.
PUBLIC RESTROOM LOCATIONS
All locations are accessible for the physically challenged.
- Boardwalk at Worcester St.
- Boardwalk at Caroline St.
- 3rd St. and St. Louis Ave., next to Skate Park
- Boardwalk at 9th St.
- Boardwalk at 27th St.
- South Division Street Transit Center
- Park & Ride off Rt. 50, just west of Harry Kelley Bridge ( In season)
- Transit Center, 144th Street
Mobility Services for the Physically Challenged
Ocean City MD & Fenwick Island beaches
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