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This page is dedicated to connecting wave riders with resources that are available to them that they may not know about.  If anyone has a resource they would care to share; please let us know...


Beach Wheelchairs are available right on the beach to the public for free.  This Beach Wheelchair kiosk is located right next to the Torrance Beach main Lifeguard tower.  See below for details on how to check one out... 

The Beach Wheelchairs are built to roll right across the sand...

Here is the information on how to access the use of a Beach Wheelchair...

Like local beach art?  Then call "Freddy" at  310 498 2818.  Fred is a famous local surfer and artist that will paint you a picture of your favorite beach or paint a beach mural on your living room wall.  His work is awesome...

With all the hooting going on one morning, we had to paddle out to the HIGHLINER to see what was going on.  A local Boy Scout Troop was out having a ball.  The HIGHLINER is a 40' Coast Guard licensed charter fishing boat berthed and available from right here in Redondo Harbor next to "Naja's".  To book a trip on the HIGHLINER call Captain Gary at: 310 918-5908.

If you are 62 or older; you can get a pass to park for free (on weekdays) at these LA Co operated beach parking lots.  See below for details of how to get your pass...

Free parking.   Any one 62 or older can park for free in the big lot with one of these County of Los Angeles Department of Beaches and Harbors Senior Parking Passes on weekdays...

Here is the link to the County of Los Angeles Dept of Beaches and Harbors where the application process is described:  

http://file.lacounty.gov/dbh/docs/cms1_216989.pdf


MARINE MAMMAL or SEA BIRD EMERGENCIES in Southern California:                                                                                                                                 


Emergencies: 

1 (800) 39-WHALE

Non-Emergencies:

1 (310) 455-2729

Peter Wallerstein in action making a rescue.  Mr. Wallerstein is the back-bone of Marine Mammal or Sea Bird rescues in our area.  He is who the Lifeguards use and he is highly respected for his work.  For more information visit the Marine Animal Rescue website at:     http://whalerescueteam.org/