|You might enjoy a wild downhill ride at Heritage Park. The park is on a steep hillside that is terraced from Dana Points blufftops down to the harbor. There are some level spots at the top with benches and grassy areas. Below that a steep concrete path zigzags down the terraces. The path is steeper than it looks, perhaps 1:6 or 1:7 on the hairpin turns. Its a fun ride down, but manual wheelchair riders should bring gloves, as your wheel rims will heat up from all the braking. Getting back up the hill is not easy. Either have someone meet you with a car at the bottom of the hill on Dana Point Harbor Drive, or just park at the bottom of the park, push up the hill as far as you can, then coast back down to the car.
The on-street parking area has one blue space and a curb cut. There are no restroom facilities.