Oregon Shakespeare Festival

I have often teared up at a theater, but at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, I teared up because of the theater. Let me explain: OSF‘s dedication to Access for All its patrons is an impressive example of social responsibility — and a smart move for the ongoing success of the theater organization. From the recent … Continue reading Oregon Shakespeare Festival

Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden, Las Vegas

For travelers with or without disabilities, Las Vegas is becoming less about the casinos, and more about “The Experience.” Whether you’re looking for award-winning cuisine, color beyond compare, or a blast of contemporary culture, you’ll find it in “the city that never sleeps." And with great accessibility. I’ve never seen more scooters per capita than in … Continue reading Bellagio Conservatory and Botanical Garden, Las Vegas

Best places to spin, sup, and sleep in accessible Zion National Park

Of the twelve southwestern national parks encompassed within The Grand Circle, Zion is the jewel in the crown. Here are some tips to maximize accessible travel for people with disabilities. Get yourself an Access Pass (You can thank me later.) The national parks issue an Access Pass for US citizens with permanent disabilities. You can apply … Continue reading Best places to spin, sup, and sleep in accessible Zion National Park

Driftwood Lodge, Springdale, UT (Zion National Park)

I look forward to the day when all ADA accommodations are this well thought out. With ample space, appropriate bathroom fittings and easy access parking to a relatively new, ground-floor unit, Driftwood Lodge is the place to stay for accessible travel accommodations when visiting Zion National Park. But wait, there’s more! Entry: Upon arrival to our … Continue reading Driftwood Lodge, Springdale, UT (Zion National Park)

Accessible Travel: Lithia Springs Resort, Ashland, OR

As frequent travelers to Ashland‘s Oregon Shakespeare Festival, my husband and I have stayed all over the city. By far, Lithia Springs Resort is our favorite accommodation for several reasons, starting with accessibility. I always aim to book early to get the ADA compliant room we most prefer, which is the patio bungalow (#19) located … Continue reading Accessible Travel: Lithia Springs Resort, Ashland, OR

Seeing the Grand Canyon by Scooter

Making Accessibility Happen Every national park has a visitor comment form that you can pick up at the guard station or sometimes e-mail online.  Sharing your experiences - positive or negative - makes a difference. Here's what I sent to: Superintendent, Chris Lehnertz P.O. Box 129 Grand Canyon, AZ 86023 My sincere thanks for making … Continue reading Seeing the Grand Canyon by Scooter