Shoreham to Worthing beach path is a very pleasant and level wheelchair walk on surfaced paths. The part between Shoreham Beach and Lancing green is especially beautiful, being right next to the beach and away from traffic noise. Plenty of parking is available at Shoreham Widewater Lagoon car park which is next to the start of the car free beach path. Entrance to the car park is on West Beach Road, Shoreham-by-Sea. From the car park there is a short slope to get up to the beach path, so a strong pusher may be required there but from there onwards its nice and flat. Rolling along first you have the artificially created Widewater Lagoon on one side and the beach on the other. The path is shared with pedestrians, skaters, dogs and children on scooters so it can get busy at weekends and during the summer months.
This traffic free route continues for 2 miles until South Lancing. Here you can continue on a shared use footpath alongside the main road for a short distance.
The car free path then returns to the beach all the way to Worthing. As you come into Worthing there are many cafes along the promenade. Radar key disabled toilets can be found at Widewater Lagoon, Shoreham (West Beach Road), Lancing Sailing Club, Lancing Beach Green and Worthing promenade.
This route is also ideal for a wheelchair bike ride. It’s nice and flat all the way there and back.
Accessibility information for Shoreham and Lancing can be found on the following website www.accessadur.com
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