|Just outside the Aquarium of the Pacific, Shoreline Park wraps around Rainbow Harbor and extends onto a small peninsula that sticks out into Queensway Bay. From a brick-paved promenade on the edge of Rainbow Harbor, we looked at boats and peered over the railing at clusters of mussels on the rocks.
Following the promenade south, you come to a store called Pierpoint Landing, where you can buy bait and fishing licenses or book a trip on a fishing boat. On the peninsula beyond the store, a boardwalk runs across a sand dune on the harbor side; a park with a fishing pier and a view of the Queen Mary is on the bay side. All the surfaces in the park are smooth and easy to travel.
There are good accessible restrooms south of the Aquarium at Pierpoint Landing. Stalls are wide with grab bars and automatic fixtures with sensorsno dexterity or strength is necessary.