Wheelchair Accessible Holiday Destinations in California

Planning to go for a vacation but looking for places that are wheelchair accessible? California offers a range of different destinations that people with mobile disabilities can enjoy without discomfort. Here is a list of few:

Palo Alto:

Situated in San Francisco Bay Area, this city is home to Stanford University and several IT companies such as PARC, Tesla Motors and HP. You can plan a weekend trip and visit Cantor Arts Center, and Hanna House, junior museum and zoo, and the nature preserve. The place offers wheelchair friendly holiday rentals to make the trip more fun and convenient for all.


This place is home to charming museums such as the California state railroad museum, the Crocker Art Museum, the Discovery Museum Science and Space Center and many more. People looking for wheelchair accessible places can visit Old Sacramento or enjoy a picnic at the McKinley Park.

San Diego:

From scenic spots along the coastline to beautiful gardens to an amazing choice of restaurants, San Diego provides families and couples several great things to do. Tourists can visit the Botanical building, Cabrillo national monument, Torrey pines state reserve, San Diego zoo, and much more.

San Diego is also a haven for those who love food. Discover a variety of restaurants, bars, caf├ęs, and markets while learning about San Diego’s history and love of food. The place provides wheelchair accessible vans for tourists and residents to make travelling more convenient. 

San Francisco:

Whether you plan to unwind on the beach, go to a spa, or wine tasting, there is so much to choose near San Francisco. Make sure you check into a wheelchair friendly resort that offers activities for people of all ages. Some of the places to visit in San Francisco are, The Mendocino Coast, Monterey & Carmel, Sausalito, Napa, Sonoma, and much more. Vacationers can enjoy a combination of awe inspiring ocean views, art galleries, and the like.

Palm Springs

Palm Springs is another popular destination located on the Western coast of California, offering a combination of stunning scenery, amazing weather, and lots to do. From gardens to spas and museums, famous sights and outdoor events, you will surely find something fun to do and see in this beautiful Californian desert city. Best things to do include the Palm Springs Art Museum, Palm Canyon Drive, and the Tramway.


Visit the art museum or take a tour of the Crystal Palace to learn about the local history when you visit Bakersfield. Some of the best things to do if you plan to come with kids is to visit the Murray Family Farms, and Camelot Park. Apart from these, other popular attractions include the Kern County Raceway Park, Theatre & Music Hall and the nature preserve.

California is bustling with amazing cities and sights that make it an amazing destination to visit. Moreover, because of its emphasis on wheelchair accessible vans and wheelchair friendly rentals and hotels it is also a great place to visit for people with disabilities.