Here are some links to sites that deal primarily with traveling and travel arrangements. Additional links to travel information are posted on the Guided Tours and Adventures page.
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“Resources for the Disabled Explorer” Here is a wealth of advice and links for travelers with mobility, hearing and visual disabilities by Patti Jackson of the Wakanow Travel Agency.
Access Anything is a website for an group based in Steamboat Springs, Colorado, that offers travel advice with emphasis on outdoor activities.
Accessible Travel Worldwide is a rich site with links to accessibility in many parts of the world.
Accessible Nature Travel: A travel guide for folks with wheelchairs, walkers, canes or strollers by Randall Feare is a travel guide to 22 states and British Columbia. There is also a list of valuable links to additional resources.
Emerging Horizons contains “travel information for wheelchair users and slow walkers.”
The Disabled Traveler’s Companion by Ron and Kay Wilmer, with great photography by their son, Roger Wilmer. This excellent website gives information about five of the National Parks and Tahquamenon Falls State Park in Michigan.
Venture is an ezine devoted to accessible travel.
Wheelchairtraveling.com is an outstanding resource. There is information about parks, trails, camping and many other opportunities. There are a great many posts about accessible places in California as well as posts for Virginia, Colorado, Kentucky, Arizona, Hawaii, Wyoming, Alaska, Oregon, South Dakota, Mane, Florida, Utah and British Columbia.