Local Beaches for Child & Chair

EVERY CHILD should get the opportunity to experience the breathtaking magic that lies where the ocean meets land. Here are some wheelchair accessible PNW beachfront properties and campsites for you to explore.

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TAKE ME TO THE BEACH

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK, WA

There are FOUR wheelchair accessible campsites at Kalaloch and South Beach Campgrounds in Olympic National Park.

MOCLIPS, WA

Sea Angel is a small gem located in Moclips, WA, near Pacific beach. It is a small property but offers privacy and a tranquil beach with wheelchair accessibility and ADA compliant modifications.

Seashore Dreams offers accommodations for larger families with 3 bedrooms and two bathrooms. There is wheelchair accessible bathroom on the ground floor. The views are described to be jaw-dropping.

LUMMI ISLAND, WA

Lummi Island Beach Haven offers 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths right along the ocean on Lummi Island, WA. This island is a short ferry ride from just north of Bellingham. It offers a sleepy beach feel with a small local general store on the island.  The ground level master bathroom has a detachable hand wand, shower chair, grab bars next to the toilet. Let them know of your accessibility needs ahead of time so they can ready the entrance ramp.

OREGON RENTALS

Beachcombers NW has provided a list of 23 beachside property rentals on the  Washington and Oregon Coast that are well set-up for your family needing access for those wheels.

 


Contact Anna Brown, BS, PT, DPT to make a physical therapy appointment for your child in your home and community.

Foundation Children’s Physical Therapy 206.499.7671 -foundationchildrenspt@gmail.com www.foundationchildrensphysicaltherapy.com 


 

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