Accessible beach with slopes.
This review is especially helpful for those who have or use the following: Walking Aid, Wheelchair, Powerchair, Mobility Scooter
Weymouth beach has a few ramps which wheelchairs or mobility scooters can access there are a couple of places where there is square matting on the sand which you can drive over enabling you to sit right on the beach they don't go out very far but length ways they do got out quite a bit. You can hire (for free) a beach wheelchair just call up beach control or ask a beach control person they often walk along the prom and if they're available you can hire one you will need proof of I.d so a drivers license or similar which they keep hold of unti you return the wheelchair it is very nice to sit on although bumpy going over the sand. There are disabled toilets at the old t.i.c building where the buses stop which one is open to anyone without a radar key and the other you need a radar key to open. They also have a changing places toilet and changing room with a hoist you can get a key fob from the local council if you meet the requirements to need that toilet ie have profound spinal problems so it's worth checking ahead if you need that changing places toilet.
Transport & Parking
There are a few disabled parking spaces along the esplanade in disabled bays and where there is on-street pay and display parking bays where at the time of this review blue badge holders can park for free.
There are a few slopes where users in wheelchairs or mobility scooters or you can walk down they are not in my opinion that steep but I never walk down them I'm in a chair or scooter but some people may struggle.
They have a couple of disabled toilets one with a radar key and one without and a changing rooms toilet.
The beach control wardens that patrol the seafront are always polite whenever I've booked the beach wheelchair or asked for any assistance or wanted to know something.