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Wheelchairs Beach icon Beaches that loan special beach wheelchairs so you can maneuver on the sand, beaches with ramps to the sand and beaches where you can drive and park your car on the sand. Descriptions of beach wheelchairs include features such as swing-away armrests and whether they can be self-propelled or pushed from behind. The book details beach facilities from roll-under picnic tables and ADA restrooms to lifeguards and boardwalks.
Wheelchairs Attractions icon Orlando and Tampa Theme Parks with ride-by-ride information on boarding, descriptions of ride vehicles where transfers are required to board and details on steep ramps or separate entrances to attractions, in-park transportation, tours and special programs. The book contains strategies to avoid long waits and information that may save on admission tickets.
Wheelchairs Accommodations icon Accommodations with details such as the height of beds, open bed frames where lifts can be used, roll-under sinks and the room numbers of those with roll-in showers. Listings include condos, houses for rent, cabins, campgrounds, motels, houseboats, even RVs. Highlights include B&Bs, inns and resorts with ADA rooms, beach wheelchairs and/or pools with lifts.
Wheelchairs Parks icon National, State and Local Parks with information on accessible picnicking, scenic nature trails, universally designed playgrounds, ranger programs, canoeing, camping and more.
Wheelchairs Sports icon Wheelchair Sports such as basketball, tennis, bowling, quad rugby, archery, fencing, even horseback riding and water skiing. The book explains where you can take lessons, join leagues, find pick-up games and enter competitions. You will find out where you can borrow a handcycle for bike trails. The book includes public golf courses with adaptive carts on which you can drive the course and take your swing. Some cities offer one-day sports programs or camps where you can try out a range of sports you may never have thought possible.
Wheelchairs Fishing icon Fishing and Hunting for the outdoorsy wheelchair rider. The book describes piers, party boats, rental boats and charters that can accommodate anglers in wheelchairs. You can either roll aboard the boats or staff can help lift you aboard in your wheelchair or into a boat seat. The book tells you where to sign up for turkey, deer and other hunts specifically open to physically disabled hunters and find hunting lodges with guides and adaptive equipment.
Wheelchairs diving icon Fun in the Water including swimming pools with lifts or ramps, snorkeling, scuba, programs to swim with dolphins and boat tours for sightseeing or enjoying nature. Special sailing programs invite disabled persons to try out, learn how to and compete in sailing. YouĂ­ll find places for guided canoe and kayak day trips and overnight expeditions.
Wheelchairs Seating icon Wheelchair Seating in concert halls, playhouses, dinner theaters, sports stadiums, racing venues (from auto to greyhound races), jai alai, even polo matches.
Wheelchairs Tourist icon Tourist Attractions from Kennedy Space Center and Weeki Wachee to Bok Towers and Cypress Gardens. The book describes access at historic sites, botanical gardens, zoos and more.
Wheelchairs Adventure icon High Adventure such as hot air ballooning, parasailing, hang gliding, helicopter flights, even sky diving. The book describes where and how folks with mobility problems can get off the ground for adventure.
Wheelchairs Attractions icon Local and National Resources from public transportation for folks with mobility impairments and web sites with tourist information to sources for medical equipment and rental vans with lifts and hand controls. The appendixes are jam-packed with additional resources for people with physical disabilities including publications, web sites, travel agents and organizations.


Cities Included: Accessible Fun in Florida

Wheelchairs on the Go is divided into 12 regions, each with a map. Within each region, descriptions of major cities and surrounding towns include local resources for tourist information, accessible transportation and special resources for those with mobility impairments.

PANHANDLE
Fort Walton Beach, Panama City Beach, Pensacola, Tallahassee

NORTHWEST GULF COAST
Brooksville, Cedar Key, Homosassa Springs, New Port Richey, Steinhatchee

TAMPA BAY
Clearwater, St Petersburg, Tampa, Busch Gardens, Tarpon Springs

SOUTHWEST GULF COAST
Bradenton, Fort Myers, Naples, Sanibel/Captiva, Sarasota, Venice

NORTH CENTRAL
Gainesville, Lake City, Ocala

CENTRAL
Dade City, Lakeland, Mount Dora, Sebring, Winter Haven

ORLANDO
Kissimmee, Orlando, Disney World, SeaWorld, Universal

NORTHEAST ATLANTIC COAST
Deland, Daytona Beach, Jacksonville, St Augustine, Sanford

CENTRAL ATLANTIC COAST
Cocoa Beach, Fort Pierce, Melbourne

SOUTHEAST ATLANTIC COAST
Boca Raton, Fort Lauderdale, Miami, West Palm Beach

EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK
Everglades City, Shark Valley/Chekika, Flamingo

THE KEYS
Key Largo, Marathon, Key West

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