Go RVing with a Special Needs Family Member
Jerome and Jennifer Braga share their tips for RVing with a special needs family member. Having a daughter with special needs means doing things a bit differently while traveling. That doesn't stop them from making the most of their trips and having fun as a family.
RVing on the great American highway is something I’ve wanted to do for years, but I never imagined it would be possible because I use a motorized wheelchair. I’m unable to transfer to a regular seat in a vehicle and need to stay in my wheelchair, so RVing seemed out of reach for a while. However, thanks to more and more companies now making an effort to be inclusive, RVing has never been more wheelchair-friendly!
If you are looking for truly inclusive and wheelchair-accessible destinations, where you can unwind and fully enjoy everything, here are ten of the best places in the U.S. From accessible beaches to busy cities and unexpected gems, there is a destination for anyone on this list.
When we started RVing it wasn’t for the endless adventure stories, the great outdoors, or even the priceless family time.
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