Sunny Southern California, home to many beautiful towns, but perhaps none as friendly for family travelers as Anaheim, in Orange County. With everything from theme parks to beaches, plus cultural institutions and office towers, the OC really has something for people of all ages. And as this handy guide will show, even those who have mobility impairments can have a great time as well.
Disneyland Is for Mice of All Ages
Folks of any age love that famous Disney magic. After all, the park is famous for smiles, not thrill-rides. In fact, Disneyland scooter rental makes it easy for even those on the older (or younger!) side to get on their favorite rides, and not worry about being uncomfortable navigating the park.
Knott’s Berry Farm Fun
It’s not quite as famous, but it might be even more fun: that’s Knott’s Berry Farm for you! With everything from big coasters to the hall of Presidents, to delicious jam, who woudn’t want to stop by this theme park? Check out their guide for guests with disabilities to see what the best options are.
Culture Too–Segerstrom Center
Need a break from all thatamusement park fun? Then exercise your brain at the famous Segerstrom Center for the Arts. This complex is not only architecturally stunning, but hosts unrivaled ballet, Broadway, and philharmonic performances. And on a thoughtful note, the center has great in-theater visibility, and very liberal wheelchair and mobility scooter seating.
So head on down to Orange County!