The Disabled Traveler's Companion Features Article about Rocky Mountain National Park and Disabled Traveler's Companion Website

For some vacationers, planning a trip involves making reservations and packing up the car and kids or grandkids then heading out on the road. A traveler with a disability needs to know more about an actual destination and accommodations before starting their trip. Though many destinations indicate that they are “accessible,” it may not mean that they are “functional,” which is what Ron and Kay Wilmers of Michigan discovered over thirty-plus years of traveling to national parks and surrounding areas.

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