Harbor Cove Beach

Also known as 'Mother's Beach' or 'Mom's Beach,' Harbor Cove Beach is a beautiful and easily accessible beach at Ventura Harbor with drinking fountains and bathrooms. 


World Oceans Day Ventura's main parking will be in the Dolphin Lot (1363 Spinnaker Drive), conserving space in the beach's main lot. A free shuttle will be provided. Please do not park in the restaurant and business lots unless you plan to visit those businesses. Scroll down for directions and more information.

Harbor Cove Beach, 1950 Spinnaker Dr, Ventura, California 93001, United States

Directions

Directions to Main World Oceans Day Ventura Parking - Dolphin Lot

Parking is free. Please park in the Dolphin Lot (1363 Spinnaker Drive) which about a ten-minute walk from Harbor Cove Beach. Stroll through Harbor Village or take our shuttle, which will run between the Dolphin Lot and World Oceans Day Ventura. Wheelchairs and strollers must be folded to board the shuttle. 


Directions from the US-101

  1. Exit to Seaward Avenue. If coming from the 101 South, turn left on Seaward Avenue. 
  2. Turn left onto Harbor Boulevard.
  3. Turn left onto Spinnaker Drive.
  4. Turn right into the first parking lot after Navigator Drive. Look for the first Harbor Village Parking sign with the dolphin on it. Welcome to the Dolphin Lot! 


Directions from Harbor Blvd in West Oxnard

  1. Go north up Harbor Blvd. 
  2. Turn left onto Spinnaker Drive.
  3. Turn right into the first parking lot after Navigator Drive. Look for the first Harbor Village Parking sign with the dolphin on it. Welcome to the Dolphin Lot! 


Please do not park in the restaurant and business lots on the right side after the Dolphin Lot unless you plan to visit those businesses. 

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Accessibility Information

Parking lots have a very limited number of handicap spaces. A free shuttle will be provided from the Dolphin Lot (1363 Spinnaker Drive), which is a 10-minute walk away. To use the shuttle, participants will need to get out of wheelchairs and their wheelchairs will need to be folded. The beach's parking lot is right next to the sand.


Our event will take place on the sand, which is accessible from the shuttle stop via two ramps. We will have one non-motorized sand-friendly wheelchair available on a first-come, first-serve basis thanks to the Harbor Patrol.


The restroom building is located by the sand and the beach lot's handicapped parking areas. It has 6 independent stalls, all of which are wheelchair-friendly.


Some of our staff speak Spanish, but we are currently unable to provide translation services. Please contact us at worldoceans@pasopacifico.org if you would like to volunteer or sponsor translators and translation equipment.

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