April 22, 2022
Having trouble thinking about accessible spring break spots? We asked a few families from around the country who have had great experiences so you and your whole family can sit back, relax and enjoy!
Myrtle Beach, SC
Marina Grand Dunnes has amazing condo accessible rooms and it is minutes away from the 1.2 mile-long Myrtle Beach Boardwalk and Promenade, known as Broadway at the Beach. Broadway at the Beach is also home to the Myrtle Beach SkyWheel. It is a 200-foot Ferris wheel that can hold up to 6 people in a capsule and is fully wheelchair accessible. We also suggest visiting Ripley’s Aquarium while you’re there! It was voted Myrtle Beach’s top attraction and is an 85,000 square foot aquarium containing several different exhibits.
- Recommended by Dana Edwards, Duchenne Mom from NJ
There are many different attractions to visit in Sarasota, FL, all of which are accessible. From The Ringling to the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens to Siesta Key Beach to St. Armand’s Circle, there is something for everyone! Siesta Key Beach is one of the most accessible beaches in Florida. They have beach wheelchairs that are completely free to use, tons of disabled parking spaces, and a Mobi-Mat that extends over 400 feet out on the sand.
Morgan’s Wonderland, San Antonio TX
Morgan’s Wonderland became the world’s first theme park designed with individuals with special needs in mind and built for everyone’s enjoyment. The completely wheelchair-accessible park features more than 25 elements, including rides, playgrounds, and other colorful attractions. They also added Morgan’s Inspiration Island, which is an accessible splash park.
- Recommended by Rachel Posyky, Duchenne Mom from TX