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Florida Celebrates Accessibility

Sunshine State Commits To Welcoming Everyon

VISIT FLORIDA is highlighting locations and innovations across the state that are celebrating accessibility through a new video series featuring locals.

It’s the latest in Florida’s commitment to accessibility for locals and travellers alike.

Testimonials Tell the Story: It’s easy to say Florida boasts ADA-compliant attractions, but it’s better to hear it directly from those who live and breathe these places every day. VISIT FLORIDA’s new video collection of locals – entitled ‘Limitless Florida’ – showcases the unexpected ways they are embracing Florida’s best features, from paddle boarding and scuba diving to biking and fishing.

Follow the series and explore how Florida’s accessibility efforts allow a wheelchair-bound man to explore Myakka State Park, or how scuba diving in St. Andrew’s pass has revived a paralyzed local.

The video series will be featured on VISIT FLORIDA’s accessible travel hub on VISITFLORIDA.com, shared on VISIT FLORIDA’s social media channels and distributed through a paid media plan.

In addition to showcasing the video series, VISIT FLORIDA’s travel hub features additional resources to help visitors find a variety of accessible attractions, beaches, parks, events and activities for their vacation in the Sunshine State.

Go to https://www.visitflorida.com/things-to-do/accessible-travel/ and check it out.

And you can also visit www.VISITFLORIDA.com/Accessible for more.

 

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