Well it’s that time a year again to start planning our great escapes into the wilderness for nice quiet weekends by the warm campfires, and a time to make new memories.
As a parent with a child who has special needs I wanted to share a with you that adventuring is not impossible if you plan accordingly and are brave LOL as a matter of a fact the Fed have a special “Access Pass” for reduced camping and free day use to the national parks.
All States offer programs and or reduced camping and free park access for families who have special needs, Low Income Senior citizens, Foster Parents and our wonderful disabled service Vets.
US fed Pass information is located at http://www.nps.gov/findapark/passes.htm
Also Check with your State & County parks department for similar programs granted disabled plates and handicapped parking plaques will work as passes as well
As far as equipment and supplies got just or pack and plan for everything then we are always covered if you guys want to chat or need more info let me know I might be able to help out
Have Great time Adventuring here is a favorite poem we have and it applies so much to all kid
Play with me
I tried to teach my child with books
He gave me only puzzled looks
I tried to teach my child with words
They passed him by often unheard
Despairingly I turned aside
"How shall I teach my child?" I cried
Into my hand he put the key
"Come," he said, "play with me"