Infinitec visitors are encouraged to wait out daylight savings time and bad weather by making plans to visit nature. Fresh air and nature’s beauty is exhilarating and restorative, so while it’s cold and rainy, locate accessibility guides and maps for visiting a national park. We recommend using Easy Access to National Parks—Sierra Club Guide for People with Disabilities, as well as calling your local parks, beach offices, and state parks to locate paved paths and wheelchair accessible sites.
Check out what fine places abound for the less typical outdoors-person. Mountains, lakes, rivers, forest preserves, and beaches need not be off-limits to wheelchairs—all anyone needs is good information to find the good places! Imagine visiting the Florida Everglades or Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming?
People who like snow and crisp air can find resources for participating in winter sports in Adaptive Winter Sports. Who is a polar bear amongst your friends and family? Or do you prefer a hike on a mild day or a sunny, sandy beach?
No matter your destination... enjoy!