Florida Disabled Outdoor Activities

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Accessible JourneysAccessible lifestyle vacations are for slow walkers, wheelchair travelers, their families and friends. Travel services include accessible vacation planning, group tours, group cruises, individual cruises, licensed travel companions and disability travel resources.
AD Barnes ParkThis 65-acre park contains The Sense of Wonder Nature Center and Trail in Miami-Dade County. An oasis for migrating birds suitable for bird-watching. The Nature Center contains the Miami-Dade Fire Department?s Anti-Venom unit?s reptile collection.
Adaptive Mountain Bike Trail SystemThis four mile trail accommodates off-road handcycle bikes that are lower to the ground. The trail was designed with more gradual slopes and wider sweeping turns, and includes a small-free ride, dirt-jump area nestled within the trails.
Aiguille Rock Climbing CenterIndoor rock climbing gym.
Alfred Maclay GardensA ranger can take guests with mobility impairments on a tour through the gardens on a golf cart that holds four. ADA picnic tables and restrooms, as well as wheelchair loaners are available.
Alligator Lake800 acres includes: a pier and ramp, 12 miles of hiking/biking trails, playground (handicapped accessible), 3 covered picnic pavilions (1 large/2 small), nature observation, sand volleyball court, horseshoe pit, fishing, and canoe launch. Hours are 8:00 am – 7:00 pm. They are closed on Mondays.
Amelia Island State ParkThis park has beautiful beaches, salt marshes, and coastal maritime forests providing a glimpse of the original Florida. This park is one of the few locations on the East Coast that offers horseback riding on the beach, a 45-minute riding tour along the shoreline. Visitors can go fishing, stroll along the beach, look for seashells, or watch wildlife. Cost $2 per person to enter park.
American Camp AssociationWebsite contains information on camps nationwide.
Anastasia State Recreation AreaEnjoy camping, beachcombing, swimming, picnicking, fishing, windsurfing, hiking, wildlife viewing, boating and more. Cost if $8 per vehicle (2-8 people); $4 single occupant vehicle, $2 for pedestrians, bicyclists, extra passengers.
Anchors Aweigh ChartersIncludes a loading ramp for wheelchairs, stabilizing devices for wheelchairs, a large number of extra hand holds and several other patented handicapped devices on the vessel. This provides the highest level of safety and comfort for everyone aboard. All fishing tackle, bait and even specialized gear is provided according to your needs.
Anclote River ParkThe park features ADA picnic tables, playground, and pier over a bay.
Atlantic Dunes ParkThe park offers a 450 foot-wide beach. One can rent a beach wheelchair at the lifeguard tower on the sand. There is also one surf chair available for beachgoers who are disabled.
Azalea Park Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access.
Banana Lake ParkADA accessible trails, fishing pier, boat launch, playground, and hiking trails.
Bass ParkAndrew Degraffenriedt Center has a ramp in front of the building and a 25 yard swimming pool with a lift.
Bayview ParkThe park has accessible tennis courts, restrooms, and parking.
Beach Community CenterAccessible beach community, including a recreation center with a kitchen, a stage and accessible parking spaces east of the main entrance.
Belleair Boat RampBelleair Boat Ramp has a floating dock.
Bicentennial ParkThis pool is accessible with well designed ramps and staff assistance. Water lessons designed for people with disabilities are offered during weekdays. Call in advance to sign up.
Big Cypress National PreserveThree scenic routes are available for an enjoyable drive.
Big Lagoon State ParkThe park offers camping, swimming, fishing, boating, canoeing, and hiking. ADA accessible picnic pavilions are available throughout.
Big Lagoon State ParkSitting on the northern shoreline 655 upland acres separate the mainland from Perdido Key and the Gulf of Mexico. Natural communities, ranging from saltwater marshes to pine flatwoods, a variety of birds, while the beaches, shallow bays, nature trails and open woodlands offer opportunities for nature study. The park also offers camping, swimming, fishing, boating, canoeing and hiking. Crabbing in the shallow waters of Big Lagoon. The West Beach picnic area, shaded by pines and oaks. Call for pricing.
Biking in TallahasseeThis website gives details on rules on biking safety, benefits of biking, and an interactive map is available to assist people who enjoy biking.
Billy’s RentalsThe Landeez is available to rent. It is an all-terrain and beach wheelchair designed specifically to enable people who use wheelchairs to come in closer contact is the perfect activity for everyone. With over 27 miles of paths, you can discover the wildlife preserves, explore the beaches, or just cruise around the island.
Biscayne National ParkCall to see what programs are accessible. The park offers camping, swimming, fishing, boating and wildlife watching.
Blue Lakes Parks Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access
Blue Runner ChartersOffers 3, 4 and 6 hour offshore Ccarters aboard custom built 31′ Morgan Sportfisher. Wheelchair accessible. Call for more information.
Boca Ciega Millennium  ParkThe park offers an observation deck, ramped to a 13′ high, ADA boardwalk, picnic shelters, and an accessible playground.
Boca Raton Parks & RecreationThis website offers information about accessible recreation in the Boca Raton area.
Brevard County Field of DreamsAll access, multi-sport park for children and adults with disabilities.
Briggs Nature CenterThe nature center offers an array of features and activities such as nature trails, guided tours, and boat tours that are accessible.
Broward College Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access
Busch Gardens Tampa BayGuest relation representatives at the park can answer any questions concerning accessibility.
C.B. Smith ParkThe park provides beach wheelchairs, but call in advance.
Cady Way TrailTrail Length: 3.5 miles, trail surface(s): paved (asphalt), 12 feet wide. The trail passes by residential areas, a golf course and a memorial garden. Certain portions even provide shade under a full tree canopy. Call the Orange County Parks and Recreation or see the website for specific drop in points. Wheelchair Accessible: Yes
Caladesi IslandCaladesi Island is accessible only by boat or ferry. The ferry accommodates people in wheelchairs.
Canaveral National SeashoreYear-round recreation includes fishing, boating, canoeing, surfing, sunbathing, swimming, hiking, camping, nature and historical trails. Most activities are accessible. Call for more information.
Cape Coral Parks and RecreationAll types and skill levels of activities available at numerous parks, a pool, a Water Park, Tony Rotino senior center and special populations.
Captain MemoStaff can help people with disabilities board by ramp. The 2-hr cruise runs 4 times daily.
Captiva IslandAll beach entrances have handicap accessible bathrooms.
Castillo de San MarcosCastillo de San Marcos is wheelchair accessible. Rich with Florida’s history, the monument was built to protect and defend Spain?s claims in the New World.
Cecil T. Hunter Pool25y x 25m, outdoors, heated swimming pool. Activities: Lap swim, Masters and youth swim teams, lifeguard training, swim lessons. Offfers a lift at the pool to assist with entry.
Center for Health & Wellness YMCA Family CenterCenter for Health & Wellness YMCA Family Center provides adaptive and inclusive fitness programs for the community.
Christina ParkA seventeen acre property. ADA accessible trails, softball/baseball fields, hiking trails, covered shelters and leagues. Call for fees and hours.
Circle B Bar ReserveAccessible nature trails, birding, and picnic shelters.
Circle of Friends MinistryOffers a day program for adults with developmental disabilities that includes classes, crafts, music, social interaction, operation of thrift store, and networking with downtown Lake Wales businesses.
Clearwater Aquatic Family Center75′ pool with zero-depth ramp and submersible wheelchair. A play area in the pool has an accessible raindrop umbrella, and a frog slide. Lifeguards can help with transfers.
Clearwater BeachThis website provides information about beach accessibility, rental equipment, fishing tours and more.
Clearwater Community Sailing ServiceAccessible dinghies for 1 or 2 people. Boats can be steered with electric joystick. Regattas are hosted here. People with disabilities are offered appropriate adaptive equipment so that they can sail safely and efficiently.
Clemyjontri playground for kidsA playground designed for ALL children.
Colee Hammock ParkAccessible walkway to water; parking available.
Collier County Museum GardensThis five acre historical park features the history, archaeology and development of Southwest Florida and offers education, family activities and cultural programs. Garden facilities are accessible to people with disabilities. For more information on accessibility, please call (239)774-8476 before you visit.
Concord Park Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access
Congress Avenue Barrier Free Park Fitness Zone areaFitness area for people of all abilities.
Congrtess Ave Barrier Free Park Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access
Cooley’s LandingCooley’s Landing has accessible beach surf chairs. Call to reserve a chair.
Cooper City Pool & TennisAll facilities are accessible and all programs are inclusive.
Crandon ParkCrandon Park offers inclusive activities. Beach wheelchairs (2 surf chairs) are available.
Croissant ParkCroissant Park offers wheelchair rentals, parking for people with disabilities, telephones and TDD throughout the facility, as well as sign language interpretation. Animals that are providing a service for people with disabilities are welcome.
Cross Seminole TrailA paved recreational trail that has length, beauty and accommodations for various users. The trail has also been designated as part of the Florida National Scenic Trail. Much of the trail corridor is heavily vegetated, providing a peaceful and picturesque experience for an urban trail. Currently, the trail runs from Winter Springs to Oviedo. The trail will eventually connect with the Seminole-Wekiva Trail creating a 30 mile continuous trail through Altamonte Springs, Longwood, Lake Mary, Winter Springs, and Oviedo, and with the Cady Way Trail and the Orange County Trails System.
Dance at Tom Statham ParkA program offered for children and adults of all ability levels promoting inclusion. The program is offered at Tom Statham Park on the 1st Friday of each month 7:00 – 9:00 pm. Call for more information.
Daytona Beach AccessibleDaytona Beach Accessible provides a comprehensive list of accessible hotels, restaurants, and attractions.
De Leon Springs State ParkSwimmer lift available for use. This park also features a wheelchair accessible restaurant (Large Print Menu Available); the spring is also accessible by ramp with railings; has a lowered touch table in the Visitor Center; has an open captioned video in Visitor Center; has wheelchair accessible nature trail, grill, & picnic table; and wheelchair accessible tour boat and fishing dock.
De Soto National MemorialPark facilities are wheelchair accessible. A standard wheelchair is available free of charge to visitors.
Deerfield BeachOne can rent a beach wheelchair (fixed arms). A lifeguard can help people transfer and push people to their desired spot on the beach.
Delray Municipal BeachWheelchairs are available at the lifeguard tower.
Dry Tortugas National ParkDry Tortugas National Park offers ADA picnic tables and restrooms. First floor of Fort Jefferson is accessible.
Englewood Beach at Chadwich ParkThis beach offers white sand, blue waters, and sunset views year round. This beach offers a 900 foot boardwalk with three covered lookouts, restroom facilities, showers, water stations, two beach wheelchairs (available on a first come, first serve basis), volleyball court, basketball courts,horseshoe pits, playground area, food vendors available on site, four small shelters with picnic table and grill, and three large pavilions, all of which contain picnic tables and charcoal grills. The pavilions are available to rent for birthday parties, family reunions, corporate parties, large picnics, and other special events. Reservation fees are based on pavilion size and length of time. Englewood Beach is a pay-topark facility ($.75/hour). Reservations may be made & seasonal or annual parking passes may be purchased at any recreation center or by calling 941-625-7529.
Epic EnabledTravel to South Africa and join a safari that is disabled friendly. They provide camping at a wheelchair accessible campsites in the wild. Epic Enabled is an “Overland” company that is committed to opening up Africa to people with disabilities through interactive participation tours. Tours are wheelchair accessible and family friendly. They offer scheduled tours, private & personalised itineraries to people with mobility, vision & hearing impairment.
Everglades National Park – Earnest Coe Visitor CenterEverglades National Park offers activities for all abilities.
Everglades National Park – Gulf Coast Visitor CenterTrails that are wheelchair accessible with paved or wooden boardwalks.
Everglades National Park – Shark Valley Visitor CenterOffers a 2 hour tram tour that is wheelchair accessible. Also there is the 15 mile looped road is paved and accessible.
Fairchild Tropical Botanic GardenPeople can find wheelchairs available on a first-come, first served basis. Each tram can accommodate two visitors using wheelchairs.
Fanning Springs State ParkThe park features swimming, canoe rental, camping, ADA picnics and ADA playground.
FL Elks Youth CampThis camp is used by a variety of organizations, including those who serve children with disabilities.
Florida Adaptive GolfAdaptive golf for people with disabilities.
Florida AquariumThe aquarium is fully accessible.
Florida Fish and Wildlife – Washington CountyFWC provides special events for hunting. They have a special area designed for people with disabilities who want to hunt. A permit is required as well as an application.Take I-10 to US 231 S about 23 miles past Fountain, then turn left on S-20 about 7 miles to Econfina Creek bridge. Located north of Panama City.
Florida Fish and Wildlife – WebsiteThis website is filled with resources on everything dealing with the great outdoors including links to licenses, places, events and more. A must visit site for anyone that loves the outdoors.
Florida River ToursProvides boating and/or fishing services to people with special needs.
Florida Sheriff’s Youth RanchesOvernight 5-6 day summer camp focusing on new activities, skills and relationships. Canoeing, archery, swimming, and more.
Floyd Hull StadiumLighted athletic fields; picnic area; grill; recreation center; playground; restrooms. Limited wheelchair access.
Fort De Soto ParkADA replica of the 1898 supply officer’s building, lifeguards in summer, ADA playgrounds in beaches and campground, ADA picnic shelters
Fort Fraser TrailADA accessible trails, picnic shelters and walking/hiking paths.
Fort Lauderdale Aquatic ComplexAccessible swimming pool. Lift available to get inside the pool.
Fort Lauderdale BeachAccessible beach with beach wheelchairs available to rent. Must call in advance.
Fort MatanzasEnjoy one of the oldest forts in United States. ADA building with ferry rides, fort tours, history talks and nature walks, Matanzas has it all!
Founders ParkFounders Park is a small beach with an Olympic size pool with a lift.
Four Freedoms TrailThe 6 mile recreational trail extends north from the town of Hanson to the Withlacoochee River at the Florida-Georgia border. People can enjoy walking, biking and horseback riding along the paved trail, which provides covered rest areas along the way. Call for specific address.
Fred Gannon Rocky Bayou State ParkA 357-acre park, offers family camping, hiking trails, a children?s playground and boat ramps on Choctawhatchee Bay with year-round saltwater and freshwater fishing. Call for prices.
Fred H. Howard ParkADA picnic shelters, grills and paved bridge where you can fish.
Free Adaptive Water Ski EventFree Adaptive Water Ski Event. Saturday,October 10, 2015 12:00 MLK Park 100 S. Lake Silver Dr.NW Winter Haven, Fla.Free lunch will be provided.For more information or to pre-register, please contact Jean Voisard at: 863-412-9977 Jean.Voisard10@gmail.com (No seizure disorders or brittle bone conditions)
Fruit and Spice ParkThe 37-acre public facility is unique and hosts over 500 varieties of fruits, vegetables, spices, herbs, and nuts. A tasting counter is located inside the Park Store as well as the Mango Cafe. There are paved trails and the tram is accessible.
Gainesville-Hawthorne State TrailGainesville-Hawthorne State Trail stretches sixteen (16) miles from the city of Gainesville’s Boulware Springs Park through the Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park and the Lochloosa Wildlife Management Area. The recreational trail is designed for walking, cycling, and horseback riding. Area is noted to be flat for accessibility.
Gen. James A. Van Fleet State TrailTrail Length/Surface: 29.2 miles, paved. Some areas of the trail are quite remote and isolated. Be sure to bring plenty of water. Located throughout Lake, Polk, and Sumter Counties.
George Crady Bridge Fishing Pier State ParkThe fishing bridge is open twenty-four hours a day, 365 days a year. Primary access is on the north end through Amelia Island State Park. A small parking lot at the north end of Big Talbot Island State Park allows access to the sourthern end of the fishing bridge. The whole family (no pets) can enjoy a safe, fun day of fishing. Located seven miles north of Little Talbot Island State Park on State Road A1A.
George English ParkThere is an accessible playground with accessible parking available.
Golden Gate Community Park Aquatics FacilityThis swimming facility is accessible with the assistance of a chair lift into the pool. The park is also in the process of creating a special swimming program for people with disabilities.
Golfers GrailOffers indoor golf simulators. Show a military ID or VA ID and receive a 15% discount.
Goulds Park Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access
Grayton Beach State ParkFull beach access. Must provide signed release form at the entrance to use beach wheelchairs.
Gulf Islands National SeashoreAll visitor centers, pavilions, and auditoriums are wheelchair accessible. Orientation films closed captioned at Naval Live Oaks. Beach wheelchairs are available at Johnson Beach in Florida.
Hammock ParkThe park has three ADA picnic tables.
Handcycling – Broward County Parks & RecreationTwo hand cycles are available for independent use within park for adults 18+ with physical disabilities at no charge. Open seven days a week from 9:00 am – 5:00 pm with last check out at 4:00 pm. (excluding holidays,etc.) Another contact phone # 954-357-5400.
Harry Harris ParkThe park is only partially accessible. There are off road paths that are not accessible.
Hawkins Recreational ParkThis park is free to Florida Residents with disabilities, their families and caregivers. Advance registration is requested to ensure access to the pavilions and grills. Recently made improvements provide full accessibility to the park’s amenities including an accessible bath house. Directions: From I-10, take Exit 26 and go north on CR 191. Follow CR-191 into Milton. Turn left onto Caroline Street (US 90) and right onto Stewart St. (Hwy. 87). After .8 mile, turn right onto Munson Highway (CR-191). For an online brochure visit: http://www.apd.myflorida.com/brochures/hawkins-recreational-park.pdf
Hawthorne Park State TrailThe trail is 16.5 miles going from the city of Gainesville’s Boulware Springs Park through the Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park and the Lochloosa Wildlife Management Area. Trail Activities: Bike, Inline Skating, Fishing, Wheelchair Accessible, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking, Walking. Parking is provided at three trail heads: 3300 SE 15th Street in Gainesville, at Boulware Springs City Park, 7902 SE 200th Drive, off of CR2082 west of Hawthorne and 2182 SE 71st Avenue in Hawthorne.
Heagy-Burry ParkThe pier is handicap-accessible. A fish attractor is located near the pier.
Henderson Beach State ParkBeach wheelchairs are available and there are ADA picnic shelters.
Hercules Aquatic CenterThe Hercules Aquatic Center provides a pool with a lift (sling seat) for people with mobility impairments.
Highlander Community PoolHighlander Community Pool offers a 25 meter heated pool with a ramp (not submersible) and a locker room with roll-in showers.
Hippocrates Center Outdoors Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access
Holiday ParkAccessible bathrooms located near baseball complex and football complex. Ramp and seating available at roller hockey rinks.
Hollywood BeachHollywood Beach has wheelchairs available for rent(fixed arms and umbrellas), as well as ADA picnic tables.
Indian Rocks Beach Nature PreserveIndian Rocks Beach Nature Preserve has an accessible nature trail.
Island City Park Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access
Iver Estate Park Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access
Jacksonville LandingLive music ranging from folk and rock to reggae and jazz. Concerts are free every Friday and Saturday night. The shopping, dining and nightlife complex is on the north bank of the St. Johns River and can provide hours of entertainment.
Jacksonville ZooScooterbug wheelchairs are available for rent for your convenience. Manual Wheelchair: $6 + tax Electric Wheelchair: $18 + tax The rental booth is located inside the main gates across from the train station. All units are first come, first serve and a valid driver?s license is required to hold until the unit is returned.
Jacksonville-Baldwin TrailThe Jacksonville-Baldwin Trail starts about 5 miles from downtown Jacksonville. Built along a former railroad corridor, it traverses a variety of natural habitats and a Civil War site. The trail is shady and it feels secluded, though it is readily accessible from Jacksonville via Interstate 10 and Interstate 295. It is paved and open for most activities; including walking, biking, mountain biking, in-line skating, equestrian, and is wheelchair accessible.
Jacob’s Aquatic CenterThis public pool offers therapeutic swimming lessons and the multi-use pool has a ramp and it is heated.
Jetty Park BeachBeach Wheelchairs for use at no charge. Call to reserve 321-783-7111.
John Dillon ParkJohn Dillon Park is an all-inclusive facility. There are seven accessible campsites-six with shelters.
John Pennekamp Coral Reef State ParkNation’s first underwater park with tropical fish and coral; snorkeling trips and glass-bottom boat tours. Boat tours are accessible to people in wheelchairs.
John Prince Memorial Park Outdoor Fitness ZOneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access.
Joseph C. Carter ParkAll areas are accessible with the exception of the batting cage.
Juniper Community Park Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access.
Juno Beach ParkBeach wheelchair available to public. Beach frontage, guarded (300 feet) Daily designated surfing area available. Surfing not permitted in guarded swimming areas. Fishing (saltwater) permitted from pier but not permitted in guarded swimming areas. Parking, picnic shelters, pier with bait shop and snack bar. The facility also hosts restroom facilities and outdoor showers.
Kennedy Space CenterADA parking, transportation, telephones, restrooms, and audio guides. Service animals welcomed.
Lake Aurora Christian Camp and Retreat CenterPeriodic residential camps for teens and adults with various types of disabilities. Also provides a barrier free campus for groups looking for program locations.
Lake Minneola Scenic Trail/Clermont TrailThe trail enters a cement and brick promenade. The asphalt trail appears to end at the promenade, but you can continue until the trail turns into a cement sidewalk that takes you a short distance away from the lake and up a hill before resuming. It continues on to the Western Trailhead. 3.1 miles, paved. Call for specific directions.
Lake Okahumpka ParkThis park is in the process of being renovated. The new facility will include: Boat Ramp & ADA Accessible Floating Dock, Rest Rooms, Playground, Fishing Pier & Picnic Facilities. Call in advance to check on the status of the renovation.
Lake Rousseau RV ParkThis area is known for an accessible pier and ramp at the fish camp. Largemouth bass, catfish, and black crappie are good in the area.
Lauderdale Manors ParkPlease call 954-828-4580 for special accommodations.
Lealman Park Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access.
Lee County Parks and RecreationAll types of activities and skill levels at numerous parks, pools and locations. Special needs at Karl Drews Center.
Linear Park Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access
Lochloosa LakeAccessible fishing pier is located at Burnt Island in the town of Lochloosa off of Hwy 301. Lochloosa Harbor Fish Camp can give a fishing report and more information.
Long CenterLong Center offers a 50 meter pool with a lift (fixed seat) and a 25 meter pool with a ramp and submersible wheelchair (fixed arms).
Lower Suwannee National Wildlife RefugeThe Refuge offers recreational and educational activities for everyone.
Manatee Springs State ParkThe park offers swimming. Rangers are available to lift persons with disabilities into the water. ADA picnic tables are also available throughout the park.
Mandalay Park Public BeachMandalay Park Public Beach offers 20′ wide, elevated concrete overlooking the beach.
Melrose ParkContact for accessible activities.
Miami Metro ZooThis facility is wheelchair accessible. The zoo offers an individual guide, but must call ahead.
Miami SeaquariumMarine-life entertainment park with dolphins, sea lions and killer whales; free admission for people using wheelchairs and their companion; wheelchairs available at Guest Services.
MIckel Park OutdoorFitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access
Miracle League of Lake PlacidThe Miracle League of Lake Placid provides physically and mentally challenged children a safe program in which they can hit, run, and catch on a baseball field.
Miramar Linear Park Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access
Miramar Regional Park Outdoor ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access.
Miss Kelley Fishing ChartersDeep sea fishing in the Florida Gulf.
Mizner Park AmphitheaterMizner Park is a very nice outdoor shopping center with caf?, museums, shopping boutiques and an outdoor amphitheater for concerts. All accessible.
Mobility Golf – Arnold Palmer LegendsAccessible golf course. Call for more information.
Mobility Golf – Atlantis Golf ClubAccessible golf course.
Mobility Golf – Children’s Golf FoundationAccessible golf course for children with disabilities.
Mobility Golf – Golf at DisneyworldAccessible golf course at the Disney Resort in Orlando.
Mobility Golf – Golf Club of JacksonvilleAccessible golf course. Call in advance to reserve a golf cart and accessible equipment.
Mobility Golf – Mission Valley Country ClubAccessible golf course.
Mobility Golf – Resort at Longboat KeyAccessible golf course.
Mobility Golf – The Bear’s ClubAccessible golf course.
Morgan’s WonderlandThe World’s first Ultra Accessible Family Fun Park. This 25 acre park is specifically designed for children and adults with special needs. Free to people with special needs. Advance registration is required for all guests.
Morikami ParkThe park offers ADA picnics, caf? and educational outreach programs.
Mosaic Peace River ParkADA accessible trails, picnic shelters, fishing, birding, horseback trails, and walking paths and trails.
Museum of Science and IndustryOffers multi-sensory interactive experiences. MOSI Box Office in the Grand Lobby features a low counter available for guests using wheelchairs or scooter wheelchairs. Also, up to 3 wheelchairs may be borrowed on a first-come, first-served basis with a photo ID. Please note that lighting in some exhibit areas may be dim due to nature of the exhibition. Although visitors requiring assistance from a service animal are welcome, MOSI reserves the right to limit access that may pose safety or health concerns.
National Alliance for Accessible GolfAccessible golf course.
Newnan’s LakeLake Size is 7,427 Acres. Lake is stated to have pier and shoreline fishing. Specializing in Largemouth Bass, Black Crappie, Bluegill and Redear.
North Trail Park Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access
Oakland Park Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access
Oceanfront ParkThis beach is 50 feet wide with a 920-foot boardwalk. It features ADA picnic tables, outdoor showers and a beach wheelchair located at the lifeguard tower.
Ochlockonee River State ParkThe park offers canoe rentals. ADA picnic shelter and ADA restrooms in campground.
Open Gym with VitaglideFor adults with physical and visual disabilities. Held on Monday, Wednesday, and Fridays 5:00 pm – 7:30 pm and Saturday 9:30 am – 11:30 am.
Oyster Creek Regional ParkHas over 306 acres of land, 50 acres for active use, 120 acres of environmental land and 36 acres north of the creek. There ismore to Oyster Creek Regional Park than a swimming pool and basketball courts. The park also features a diving well, football fields, tennis courts, a cricket/multipurpose field, a dog park, a skate park, pavilion rentals,restrooms and nature trails.
Oyster Creek Regional Park PoolAquatic facility which offers a variety of programs from open swim, water aerobics, and general swim hours. Call for prices and hours.
Palm Aire Village ParkThis park offers accessible restrooms, parking, trails, basketball courts, racquetball courts, volleyball, jogging trails, and picnic tables.
Paradise Park Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access
Pompano BeachBeach wheelchairs (fixed arms, umbrellas, trays) are available for rent at the main lifeguard station. The beach also offers ADA playgrounds and ADA picnic shelters.
Port Charlotte Beach Park PoolAquatic facility which offers fitness classes and special events throughout the year. Call for prices and hours.
Project Hero Cycling Program-Hill TrainingYou can participate as a recreational rider or train for marathons, triathlons, etc. The Lead Riders will work with you at your level of interest for cycling. This program is for all levels of abilities including beginners to advanced. For the Athlete in training, keep a log of your rides on Strava. Go to http://app.strava.com/clubs/74081 to register with one of the Project Hero Chapters. Ride To Recovery will follow your progress if you chose to sign up for a Challenge Ride. If you have trained through the year and meet the minimum criteria you will be accepted/approved for the Challenge Ride.
Punta Gorda Linear Park Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access. with 3 zones along the trail.
Quiet Waters ParkThe park provides beach wheelchairs. Call in advance to reserve one.
Recreation and Wellness CenterThe Recreation and Wellness Center offers two pools with lifts. There is also easy access to get into the facility through an elevator.
Removing the Barriers InitiativeWith a mission to remove the barriers to great experiences for people with disabilities, RTBI has beach wheelchairs to loan, it is able to provide Voyageur canoe experiences with 14 passenger canoes, it will bring Hoverball Archery to events which include people with disabilities, and it is willing to assist central Florida events with its custom made golf car shuttle that includes a person in a wheelchair in addition to 6 other people.
Rio Vista Park Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access
Rish ParkOnly Florida residents with disabilities may rent cottages and dormitories or use the park facilities. Family members or guardians accompanying people with disabilities are welcome, as are state or private caregivers who transport and assist them. Fees: Day use- $5 per day, per person; $15 per night per person; Family Cottage – $15 per night, per person (minimum of $30 per night). Fees are subject to an 11 percent tax.
Rohan RCC Trail Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access.
Royal Caribbean – Cruise LinesRoyal Caribbean offers cruises to Alaska, Bermuda and Bahamas for people with disabilities. Also provided are accessible staterooms ranging from 159 square feet to 298 square feet, offering a five-foot turning radius in sleeping areas and bathrooms.
Sand Key ParkThe park features ADA picnic tables and showers. .
Sanibel Recreation CenterAll types of activities at various skill levels, at several parks and a pool.
Sawgrass Lake ParkADA boardwalk through a maple swamp to an observation tower, ramped to the first level and overlooking the lake. Wheelchair loaner, ADA picnic shelter and table.
SeaGone FishingOffers a 3, 4 and 6 hour fishing charter, backwater or near offshore, 3 hour shelling-sightseeing charters with or without fishing. Can accommodate 1 person that uses a wheelchair.
SeaWorldSeaWorld offers wheelchair rental at the park entrance. On their web site www.seaworldorlando.com is a detailed accessibility guide.
Sky Diving Adventures, Inc.Sky Diving Adventures, Inc does quad/para jumps with a two week notice.
South BeachWheelchair accessible beach
South County Regional Park PoolAquatic center which offers swim lessons, fitness classes, special events, and lap swim. Call for prices and hours.
South County Regional Park PoolAquatic center which offers swim lessons, fitness classes, special events, and lap swim. Call for prices and hours.
South Dade PoolThis pool is heated and accessible. Only open in the summer and fall.
South Inlet Park BeachThe park beach features a pier/jetty for fishing and sightseeing. Beach wheelchairs are available, as well as ADA picnic tables and showers. Call in advance for availability.
Southwest Recreation ComplexOutdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access
Spanish River ParkThe park offers ADA picnic tables and parking, as well as accessible fishing areas.
St. George IslandMiles of undeveloped beach with the Gulf of Mexico on one side and Apalachicola Bay on the other provide the perfect setting for this 2,023-acre park. Two boat ramps provide access to Apalachicola Bay where anglers can fish. Visitors have opportunities for sunbathing, swimming, canoeing, boating, hiking, camping and nature study. The park has six large picnic shelters equipped with grills, tables and restrooms, and the campground features full-facility campsites. A primitive campsite can be accessed by trail or by private boat.
St. Mark’s TrailAccessible Biking Path – Easy to park, wide enough for two riders and three wheel bicycles. The Tallahassee/St. Marks Historic Railroad Trail runs from Florida?s capital city, past the Apalachicola National Forest, and ends in the coastal community of St. Marks. Through the early 1900?s, this historic railroad corridor was used to carry cotton from the plantation belt to the coast for shipment to textile mills in England and New England. Today, as a paved trail, it provides an excellent workout for street bikers, walkers and skaters. It also provides opportunities for horseback riding on the adjacent unpaved trail, and access to the Munson Hills Off Road Trails in the National Forest. St. Marks offers seafood, fishing or San Marcos Apalache Historic State Park to top off your journey.
St. Petersburg TrolleyThe trolleys in St. Petersburg are all equipped with wheelchair lifts. Look for the bright red and yellow trolleys, and for just a quarter connect to all the city’s major museums and attractions on two routes — the Downtown Looper and the Central Avenue Shuttle. Both routes cross paths at The Pier and BayWalk. The St. Petersburg Trolley operates 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily, with service until midnight on Friday and Saturday. Go to their website for detailed information www.stpetetrolley.com
Starke Lake at OcoeeStarke Lake is located near the intersection of State Roads 438 and 439 in the city of Ocoee, partway between Orlando and Winter Garden. This 200 acre lake has an ADA accessible fishing pier.
Sunny Acres Park & Swimming PoolThis fan-shaped swimming pool has two ramps with handrails for accessibility leading into the water . When the pool is open, lifeguards monitor activities from the two lifeguard stands.
Surfers HealingSurfers Healing offers surfing camps for children with autism in Cocoa Beach.
T.Y. ParkThe park provides beach wheelchairs. Call in advance to reserve one.
T.Y.Park Outdoor Fitness ZoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access.
Tamiami PoolThis poool is heated and handicapped accessible.
Team Paradise SailingFor people of all ages with physical and visual disabilities. Price varies.
Tenoroc Fish Management AreaOutdoor Range for archery is available. via Exit 38 off I-4
The Ceramic League of MiamiThe Ceramic League of Miami gives private 1-on-1 instruction to children and young adults with autism and young people who are ESE, LD, or BD/ED.
Timucuan Ecological and Historic PreserveAccessible park with wooded nature trails, vast grasslands supporting water and land animals. Visit the Kingsley Plantation, or Fort Caroline National Memorial. Accessible parking available.
TNT HideawayCanoe and kayak rentals are available. Normally assists people getting in and out of kayak.
TPC at Eagle TraceAccessible golf course
Turkey Lake in Bill Frederick ParkAt over 300 acres, Turkey Lake Park is Orlando’s largest park. This lake has an ADA accessible fishing pier. Admission is $4 per car or only $2 if it?s just the driver.
University of North Florida National Recreational TrailsTwelve miles of trails, including a 21 station exercise course.
Very Special CampsSummer camps for individuals with special needs.
Wakulla Springs State ParkAccessible boat tours available.
Walt Disney WorldThe Guidebook for guests with disabilities provides a detailed overview of services and facilities available for guests with disabilities and it is available at guest relations locations within all parks.
West Orange Trail19 miles, paved (asphalt 14? wide). Call for specific directions or see web site.
Westwood ParkADA accessible trails, multi-purpose fields for soccer and football, picnic shelters and playground.
William E Mcnealy Sr. Park outdoor fitness zoneOutdoor fitness area and equipment with free access
Wounded Warrior Arrowhead ArcheryShow military ID or VA ID to use Indoor Range for $1
Wounded Warriors Creative ArtsOffers free art classes to military.
YMCA of Greater MiamiThe YMCA accommodates activities for persons with disabilities. Programs include after school care, summer camp and sports.

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We needed a last minute motorized scooter for a family member who was having difficulty walking. The holiday weekend made it even more challenging and we were flying into Orlando from California. I called Discount Mobility and immediately got a "live" caring person, Michael. I told him my story and he went out of his way to help me order the scooter and had it ready when we needed to pick it up. The entire experience of renting, picking up and returning was simple and stress free.


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We rented a side entry wheelchair van for our Disney vacation. This company was several hundred dollars cheaper than any other company we could find in the area. Just wanted to say thanks for helping us to afford our family vacation, God Bless!


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