Written by Laura, A Piece of Travel, October 2020
Ah, San Diego. From beaches to a modern downtown to its historic old town, San Diego offers a plethora of activities for wheelchair users. In this post, I’ll cover eighteen amazing wheelchair accessible things to do in San Diego. But first, let’s take a look at how to get around America’s Finest City.
Note: The information here is based on my observation as a non-wheelchair user. If you have firsthand experience as a wheelchair user in San Diego, please let me know about your time there and your recommendations in the comments section. I appreciate it and know that our future readers will, too!
Wheelchair Accessible Vans in San Diego
With so much to explore in San Diego, renting an accessible van is often the best option. Mobility Works understands this. Their rental center is located in La Mesa, which is west of downtown San Diego.
It’s a bit of a jaunt but worth it.
Once you’ve rented your wheelchair accessible van, you’ll be free to explore San Diego, taking advantage of the city’s well-marked accessible parking spaces.