The summer camping trip is an iconic American family vacation. As accessibility and accessible resources increase in the outdoors, more families can take advantage of camping and other outdoor experiences.
Everyone should have the ability to enjoy the outdoors and accessibility means entire families can spend time together. No one has to sit out or stay at home because of their abilities.
“In the outdoors, people get the sense of seeing the raw unedited version of nature,” Kevin Stickelman, chief executive officer of the Park City-based nonprofit National Ability Center (NAC), said.