Wheeling Through NYC – Accessible Travel in the Big Apple

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By Andrea Jehn Kennedy ~  New York City gets a bad rap. Coming from Colorado, and using a wheelchair, my husband Craig and I had all sorts of warnings that we’d collected from others before our trip: only 10% of the subway is accessible, the locals aren’t friendly, it’s a dirty city, the crime is […]

Access to Parks Project

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By Ashley Olson ~ My father was killed in the same car accident that paralyzed me when I was fourteen. He was a great man and a wonderful father. He was also a ranger and taught me a lot about nature. It was his dream to see all the US National Parks but he only […]

Able Outdoors Accessible Lodging Map…Reviews Needed!

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By Chad Waligura ~ One project we are really excited about is the interactive Accessible Lodging Map that is going to be a permanent part of the Able Outdoors site. It’s something I’ve been working on personally for several years and now is the time to get it running. To do this right we are […]

Accessible RV – Custom Toy Haulers

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By Sabrina Thompson ~ As avid campers, off-roaders, hunters, and lovers of all things nature, my husband Tim and I became interested in buying an RV to enjoy our hobbies and travels. As a T-10 paraplegic, I was faced with the obstacles of finding one that would accommodate our need to haul our adapted recreational […]