If a trip to Forida is in your future, then pick up a copy of the newly released title, Barrier-Free Travel; Favorite Florida State Parks For Wheelers and Slow Walkers. Penned by accessible travel expert Candy B. Harrington, this new travel guide highlights trails, attractions, and lodging options for wheelchair-users and slow walkers in 12 of the author’s favorite Florida State Parks.
Filled with updated access details, the book includes information about:
- Accessible Trails and Boardwalks
- An Accessible Glass Bottom Boat in the Florida Keys
- Accessible Wildlife Viewing Opportunities
- Barrier-Free Camping
- Access Details and Photos of Park Cabins
- A Crystal-Clear Spring with a Wheelchair Lift
- Accessible Auto, Tram and Boat Tours
- Discounts on Park Admissions, Tolls and Campsites
- Nearby Accessible Trails and Attractions
Says Harrington, “I’m very impressed with the accessible facilities in these Florida State Parks, including a bounty of accessible boardwalks, and one of the most accessible pontoon boats that I’ve ever seen. I even uncovered an accessible snorkeling tour! No mater what your ability, you’ll be able to get up-close-and-personal with Mother Nature, and even spend the night in some of the parks.”
This inclusive book is the fourth in a series of accessible travel guides to popular destinations throughout the United States. Says Harrington, “Although it’s written for wheelchair-users and slow walkers, moms who have stroller-aged kids will appreciate the access information in this guide. In the end, good access really benefits everyone.”
For more information about this new title, visit www.BarrierFreeFlorida.com.