Oregon’s coast is wild and beautiful. But can a place that is rugged also be accessible? Surprisingly, it can! Here are our favorite accessible destinations in Oregon.
Murder-mystery participants use their detective skills to discover who is a guest, who is just playing a role and, of course, whodunit.
Vancouver sets a high standard for accessibility: sidewalk dining, lift-equipped busses and roll-on ferry access is easy to find.
Accessibility is easy in Tarpon Springs, the sponge capital of the world.
Bird watchers delight at Point Pelee National Park where spring migration is in full view and accessible to everyone.
A trip through North America by train is much more of a journey than a destination.