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Spring break is a time for people to get a chance to take a load off from their daily life. Spring break should be a chance to breathe easy and let go. Let us help you find the right destination for wheelchair-accessible spring break travel that will allow you to do just that. All of these destinations have nearby access for you to conveniently rent a wheelchair-accessible van with Wheelchair Getaways.

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque has a lot to offer for your spring break vacation. You can rent a wheelchair-accessible van to get you to various activities around town. While in Albuquerque, you’ll have your pick of wheelchair-friendly trails to enjoy. You can also visit the local museums like the Albuquerque History Museum and the New Mexico Museum of Natural History or take a stroll downtown for the various art tours that the city has to offer. Finally, take a trip 10,378 feet up the Sandia Peak Tramway, where the gondolas and viewing decks are both wheelchair accessible.


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Denver, Colorado

Although Denver is 5,280 feet above sea level, it is a relatively flat and accessible city. The public transit is fairly wheelchair accessible, but renting a wheelchair-accessible van may give you more of the freedom you need to explore the 500+ mile radius of such a sprawling city. Visit Larimar Square to see some of the more historical sites and more than 40 restaurants, bars, and shops, or have a relaxing day at the Botanic Gardens on York Street. With over 4,000 animals, visiting the Denver Zoo is also a must.


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Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Winston-Salem is listed as one of the most accessible cities in America. Rent an accessible van nearby to experience the Old Salem area to view the museums and gardens. Their website has an extensive guide on accessible activities and places to go. You can also have fun with a ghost tour through the city at night or indulge in other activities like art strolls, museums, and more.


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New Orleans, Louisiana

New Orleans is a historic area with beautiful views and an even better history. Take a stroll through the vast uptown cemeteries, or test your limits for creepiness on a ghost tour through downtown New Orleans. There is no shortage of incredible local restaurants, bars, and shops along the way. With your accessible van, you can also head over to the Audubon Zoo and Aquarium.


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Virginia Beach, Virginia

For a nice beach vacation, take your spring break to Virginia Beach. With free beach-ready wheelchairs, having a beach day is even more convenient. Virginia Beach has no shortage of accessible activities, including museums, an aquarium, a wildlife refuge, a boardwalk, and more. Enjoy the nightlife or find a quiet oceanfront restaurant to enjoy a romantic dinner with a loved one; the choice is yours!


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Washington, D.C.

Washington, D.C. has an extensive amount of wheelchair-friendly activities for your spring break vacation. With more than 15 Smithsonian museums, you are sure to soak up plenty of the nation's interesting history. Washington D.C. also has a great zoo that is part of the Smithsonian system and very wheelchair-accessible. Don’t forget to pay a visit to all of the national monuments which are the landmarks of this historical city. And there’s no shortage of great food and shopping for locals and tourists alike.


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Temecula Valley, California

California is a great destination for the more mature spring breaker. Take a tour in your rented wheelchair-accessible van down Rancho California Road, which hosts most of Temecula valley's wineries. Check out this guide for more info on the accessibility of each winery. Take a look at the three farmers' markets that the valley has to offer and enjoy some of the state’s finest fresh produce. However, the pinnacle of your trip will be experiencing a wheelchair-accessible hot air balloon ride with Reach for the Stars. This non-profit organization makes sure that you’ll enjoy your accessible ride safely with a locking mechanism for your chair. Be aware that they will need you to transfer to a manual wheelchair if you are not already in one.


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Take a Cruise

Most cruise lines have wonderful wheelchair accommodations. Many of the lines have so many fun activities on board that you may not even want to leave the ship. If you want an exclusive, adult-only experience, go with Virgin Voyages. If you want something with a family atmosphere, you can never go wrong with a Disney cruise. Carnival Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean both offer an exciting travel experience for families or kidless adults alike, as do all of our favorite wheelchair-accessible cruises.

All of the cruise lines above have many ports all over the US, and some can even take you on international journeys. Of course, with wheelchair-accessible vans all around the country, Wheelchair Getaways can help you get you and your luggage to your port with ease.


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Whether you stay in the U.S., or decide to explore a little further for your spring break destination, you can count on our 200+ locations to fit you with a reliable wheelchair-accessible van. Get in touch and make your reservation today by clicking here.

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