World's first completely wheelchair-accessible theme park, at a nice price

Morgans Wonderland attraction
Morgans Wonderland attraction

There are 8.3 million disabled children in the U.S. between the ages of 5 and 17 (NHIS, 2007) who have limitations on their physical abilities, and exactly one innovative, 100% wheelchair-accessible theme park designed for special needs.

Morgan's Wonderland, the new, 25-acre attraction in San Antonio, Tex., is devoted to leveling the outdoor playing field for people with disabilities.

"[It's] a special place where anyone can have fun," said Gordon Hartman, founder of the Gordon Hartman Family Foundation and visionary behind the new wheelchair-accessible park, "but it was created with special-needs individuals in mind. We've taken an abandoned rock quarry in northeast San Antonio and transformed it into an outdoor recreation oasis for those of all ages with cognitive and physical challenges."