Explore the best wheelchair friendly trails near San Diego with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

The lush was absolutely gorgeous. I wouldn't do this hike however if it's your first time in San Diego. The waterfall is not really a waterfall, and the canyon is not what you would expect listed as a canyon. NO CANYON features. The walk is rather long on completely flat slope. If you want to RUN this is a good flat trail for a nice jog.

We discovered this trail our first day visiting San Diego and it remains one of our favorite go-to adventures as now locals. It has everything you would want. Ocean views, nature, a well-manicured trail, native CA plants to see and animals to observe. All in an underrated, hardly packed package. Most visitors don't even see it.

Love this path. Dogs are only allowed certain times though.

Nice views but traffic is quite loud right next to path for the majority

trail running
15 days ago

This trail runs the entire length of the Embarcadero on San Diego Bay and should be named as such. Seaport Village is a commercial/shjopping center ....NOT A TRAIL. There are several other attractionalong this route that are of greater public interest.....such as the USS Midway Museum, The Maritime Museum, Spanish Landing Park, Tuna Wharf and the Kissing Sailor statue, The County Waterfront Park, Broadway Pier.