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.
Summer is here, and whether you are traveling for business or on vacation, there are many challenges that are faced as a wheelchair user. One of those challenges may be navigating through the airport with luggage and other carry-on bags. Getting your baggage to and from the drop-off to the terminals can be a task. To make the commute a little easier, check out The Phoenix Instinct, lightweight luggage for independent travelers.
The Phoenix Instinct luggage (currently being shipped from the UK) was designed by a wheelchair user who was tired of transporting heavy equipment for his job and understood the needs of someone in a chair. The luggage is designed with Omni-directional wheels and a custom designed hitch that allows the user to click the bag on to the back of the chair. The combination of wheels and hitch keep it aligned whether going up or down curbs, bumps, in reverse, etc. The best part is that it has less resistance and easier pushing.
USA Wheelchair Van Rentals
When you arrive at your destination and need to figure out transportation during your stay, it’s important to plan ahead when reserving a wheelchair van rental. MobilityWorks makes it as effortless as possible with your satisfaction in mind. Our team is ready to help you find the right fit for your needs.
Whether you’re flying in or driving in to New England this summer, it’s a great time to enjoy blue skies, sunrise ocean views, lush mountains, and beautiful scenery throughout the area. With six current locations in the New England States of Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, and Vermont, MobilityWorks can provide several different options for clients to rent a wheelchair van by the day or week.
Renting a van? Book now for three days and you can get a 4th day for free! See our rental promotion ending June 24th.
If you’re traveling in your own accessible van, we can also provide preventive maintenance inspections and adjustments that may be needed prior to heading out on a long excursion. Request a service date and time here.
One of our clients wrote to us about their recent trip in New Hampshire where they tried to see as many covered bridges as they could along the way. Did you know that New Hampshire has 54 covered bridges throughout the state? Below are a few links for other ideas on places to see in New England!
MobilityWorks New England Locations
Renting a wheelchair van can be a great way to enjoy a day of family fun with loved ones who need to use a wheelchair and don’t have accessible transportation. Some people also rent vans for a day to help them decide whether to purchasing a handicap van — or whether a specific conversion will work with their current parking situation. Selecting the Right Rental Van will help to answer some of the common questions people have with selecting rental vans. You can also enjoy a 10% Off rental promotion between now and the end of June for rentals booked in July, August or September. Reserve a van now and save later!
MobilityWorks recently published a new video featuring Katie Muise, our National Rental Manager, where she discusses the process of selecting and renting a van from MobilityWorks. Katie has rented thousands of vans in her career and you can tell she’s excited about making people’s lives better by being able to provide this option to our clients.
Contact Katie today about renting a van for a day, week, or even longer!