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Interactive Map: Beaches That Offer Free Beach Wheelchair Rentals

Beach Wheelchairs are a type of wheelchair usually equipped with large, inflated tires perfect for moving easily across sand and bumpy terrain at the seaside. Generally, they are not self-propelled, so a user will need someone to assist with pushing them, but they’re still great, nifty, chairs if you want to go to the beach.

Like most wheelchairs, beach wheelchairs can be a bit pricey to buy (especially when you consider the frequency at which you will use one). Thankfully, a good number of beaches across America have beach wheelchairs available, to borrow, completely free of charge! An amazing way to make beaches more accessible for everyone.

So if you don’t feel like buying a beach wheelchair, but are interested in using one, below we at Mobility Deck provide an interactive Google map showing all of the beaches in the USA publicly confirmed to offer free beach wheelchair rentals. This information has been sourced from national and state government resources (if you know of any other beaches we’ve missed, please let us know!)




We hope you find the above resource useful! If you can’t find a beach near you on this list, don’t lose hope. There are lots of private rental providers and you should be able to find one by googling “beach wheelchair rental near me”. Alternatively, if you are part of a mobility impaired local group, it might be worth considering a joint purchase of a beach wheelchair of your own!

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James Peacock
James Peacock
James Peacock is the editor-in-chief of Mobility Deck. James has lived as a student in Auckland for over 7 years, so he has a lot of experience with the difficulties of accessible transport in a big city. As a graduate of law from the University of Auckland, James enjoys writing and is dedicated to discovering the most innovative and valuable mobility products worth sharing with others – the ones that truly improve users' lives.
James Peacock
James Peacock
James Peacock is the editor-in-chief of Mobility Deck. James has lived as a student in Auckland for over 7 years, so he has a lot of experience with the difficulties of accessible transport in a big city. As a graduate of law from the University of Auckland, James enjoys writing and is dedicated to discovering the most innovative and valuable mobility products worth sharing with others – the ones that truly improve users' lives.

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