From our nation’s capital to the sunny beaches of California, the United States of America is packed with scenic and historic destinations suited to every whim you can imagine. This month we make our way from coast to coast, exploring five unique, accessible, affordable places you’ll want to visit on your next vacation.
Emily Polsby and her new husband find a near-perfect getaway on the Northern California coast.
Cozumel just might be the best location for quality scuba diving, friendly service and underwater enjoyment.
There are miles and miles of wheelchair-accessible paved bicycle pathways throughout the Rockies.
A major tourist attraction, the city has plentiful opportunities for people — with or without disabilities — to ensure a wonderful experience while here.
Located in Florida, Homasossa Springs lets you get up close and personal with manatees, beautiful waterbirds and even a gator or two.
Attractions are open and welcoming to disabled visitors, hotels ensure that accessible vehicles are available and tour operators now realize they'll get more business if they have an awareness of additional needs.
Rochester has a lot to offer for those living with a disability. Winter weather aside, there are many aspects of this region that helped me get the most out of life’s adventures.
It’s not very often that we quads get to the top of a mountain, but here I go.