Tips on Camping for Those with DisabilitiesFeatured Posts, Lifestyle and Sports, Living With a Disability
If you’re an outdoor kind of person, don’t let a disability stop you from enjoying Mother Nature, discovering travel in a whole new light or vacationing inexpensively.
The best way to get your toes wet in the camping phenomenon is to join a camping club. The dues are generally very low. It’s a great way to meet others with a similar interest (camping), attend a rally, get info on the best sites and loads of advice on how-to and where-to and when-to.
Choose from among the many club types: general ones, perhaps in your local area; or niche-specific vehicles (make of vehicle); singles; military vets; motorcycle campers; Baby Boomers and many more.
Handicapped Travel Clubs
You can also join a national travel and/or discount club, but one in particular caters to those with disabilities. Handicapped Travel Club “focuses on helping handicapped persons and their families discover travel in a whole new light.”
Also visit www.rv-camping.org for extensive lists of just about everything you should need for general RV camping anywhere.
Where do campers go? To start, there are 391 areas in the National Parks System covering more than 84 million acres in the [...]