Top 10 Fun and Accessible Activities to Do This Summer
Top 10 Fun and Accessible Activities
THEME PARKS – If you want to do different things in one day, and like rides, these may be what you are looking for. Both of these have land and water activities. Here is what they had to say…
Our vision is to establish a special place where smiles and laughter lead to wonderful memories with family members, friends and caregivers. We want Morgan’s Wonderland to be a place where the common element of play creates an atmosphere of inclusion for those with and without disabilities, encouraging everyone to gain a greater understanding of one another. Morgan’s Wonderland is just like any other theme park except for a culture and environment that assures 100 percent enjoyment by every person who enters through the Welcome Center.
Two parks – Holiday World Theme Park and Splashin’ Safari Water Park – for one great price! Free soft drinks. Just sayin’… Gatorade, pink lemonade, peach tea, sodas, coffee and water. Help yourself all day long! TripAdvisor proclaimed Splashin’ Safari to be the third Best Water Park in the USA. The friendliest bunch of employees you’ll ever find – that’s why they’re called Hosts & Hostesses. Free parking. Really. Voted the Cleanest Park in the World for more than a decade. We’re a bit fanatical.
ZOOS – Fun for the whole family and educational too! You can give your child experiences that they will never forget when you let them see (and even touch) the different animals.
Children who spend a day at Marineland will be filled with wonder, excitement and self-discovery. They will have opportunities to touch and feed some amazing animals and interact with passionate and dedicated animal caregivers. It will be a day they will remember for a lifetime.
At the Saint Louis Zoo, about 400,000 children and adults participate in our formal programs, including classes and Camp KangaZoo each year. And, with 3,000,000 visitors annually, about 1,900,000 interact with an educational interpreter, docent or zookeeper who provides educational experiences and information. Each year the Zoo is visited by over 1,400 school groups that come for a free field trip. Of these schoolchildren, 31% are from economically disadvantaged neighborhoods, and 17% are special needs children.
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