The oldest city in Georgia offers a unique charm that attracts millions of people each year. There are countless historic homes and beautiful parks that offer an exciting visit for everyone that goes. Below is a list of 6 fun and accessible activities to try out during your next visit to Savannah.
As one of the most visited natural wonders in North America, Niagara Falls offers a variety of different ways to spend your vacation. Here is a list of eight fun and wheelchair accessible activities around Niagara Falls:
Across the United States there are countless historical sites to visit. Since the passage of the Americans with Disability Act in 1990, drastic accessibility improvements have been made to sites dedicated to preserving American history. From museums and monuments to military parks and Missions, here are eight fun historical sites to visit:
As one of the most visited cities in the United States, Las Vegas offers a variety of different ways to spend your vacation in addition to gambling. There are countless attractions which will keep every vacationer happy. Below is a list of eight fun and accessible activities to try out during your next trip to Las Vegas.
If you are thinking about planning a relaxing getaway in 2018, there are several resorts across the country that offer outstanding accessible accommodations. Whether you are looking to explore the mountains, visit America’s premier theme parks, or just unwind by the pool, these five resorts can help meet any of those desires:
1) Little Valley Mountain Resort – Located in in the heart of the Great Smoky Mountains just outside of Sevierville, TN, the Little Valley Mountain Resort offers accessible rooms for large groups or small luxurious cabins for two. All of their wheelchair accessible rooms include ramped entrances and open floor plans with first floor master suits. Every cabin has a unique design and charm, complete with a deck to take in all of the incredible views. The resort’s fishing area is also easily accessible by wheelchair.