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Dead Horse Ranch State Park has some great fishing holes for anglers in wheelchairs.
What to you get when you bring 40+ campers who all have spinal injuries all to one place? It’s the 4th annual Arizona Spinal Cord Injury Association Retreat Whispering Hope Ranch. And these folks know how to cause some fun!
If we ever make a list of top 10 accessible vacations in Arizona, touring Lake Powell by houseboat will be number one.
Tempe Lake is probably Phoenix’s finest place to enjoy when the weather is good. Its accessible, clean and always has something going on.
If you have never heard of Hidden Meadow Ranch, you probably arent alone. But the next time it’s the right time for a nice little getaway, come enjoy the cool weather, great access and the most amazing menu you’ll ever taste. The food alone is worth the drive, and your spouse will be amazed you know of such a secluded place.
Woodland Lake has a great trail that takes you all the way around the scenic lake.
If you think a trail around a beautiful lake is all leisure, think again. This lake has a trail that’s challenging and even a bit nerve-racking. One slip and it’s a banzai run down to the lake.
Up until recently I thought the only two parks offering any kind of wheelchair accessibility in Sedona were Slide Rock State Park and Red Rock State Park. This changed when I visited the little known Crescent Moon Picnic Area. I was very impressed. It is not perfect, but if you have some tenacity and some [...]
Editor’s note: This entry marks the first of hopefully many future essays by contributing writers. By: Laurie Zentner The Cresent Moon Picnic Area is located just east of Red Rock State Park on Oak Creek. Which puts it just outside of Sedona. The location has a great view of Cathedral Rock. The picnic tables and [...]
Patagonia Lake is a fun little lake located southwest of Tucson. It has a nice accessible pier and a funny ol’ bridge.