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Top 14 Utah Travel Sites for People With Disabilities

JoLynne Lyon


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The Utah State Capitol was #1 on the list

 Eric Stoker, a CPD Consumer Advisory Council member, has compiled Utah's Travel Guide for People with Disabilities. The document was created for the Utah Developmental Disabilities Council, it's packed with tips for travelers of all ages and abilities, and it has a permanent home on the CPD website. Stoker researched Utah's accessible attractions and came up with this top 14 list, which is included in the document: Top Accessible Places in Utah 1. State Capitol Building, Salt Lake City 2. Temple Square, Salt Lake City 3. Discovery Children’s Museum, Salt Lake City 4. Hill Aerospace Museum, Clearfield 5. Bear River Bird Refuge, Brigham City 6. Capitol Reef National Park 7. Farmington Bay Waterfowl Management Area, Farmington 8. East Canyon State Park, Morgan 9. Dinosaur National Monument, Vernal 10. Canyonlands National Park 11. Palisade State Park, Manti 12. Hogle Zoo, Salt Lake City 13. Red Butte Garden, Salt Lake City 14.Natural History Museum, Salt Lake City For more information about traveling by car, plane or bus, and for travel tips for all kinds of disabilities, please refer to the travel guide. About Eric Stoker: In addition to his work with the CPD's Consumer Advisory Council, he is also a part of the Utah Regional Leadership Education in Neurodevelopmental disabilities as the consumer faculty at Utah State University. He is the information specialist for the Utah Developmental Disabilities Council.

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