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State parks introduce all-terrain wheelchairs

by The 100 Companies

All-terrain wheelchairs are now available for use free of charge at 10 state parks, thanks to a partnership between the Georgia Department of Natural Resources and the Aimee Copeland Foundation.

Users can travel safely over rough terrain, exploring the trails and engaging in other activities like fishing and going on adaptive hunts.

Participating parks and historical sites include Cloudland Canyon, Red Top Mountain, Fort Yargo, Sweetwater Creek, Smithgall Woods, Hard Labor Creek, Panola Mountain, Etowah Indian Mounds, Pickett’s Mill Battlefield and Charles Elliot Wildlife Center.

Users need to be certified and and make a reservation through the All-Terrain Georgia website.

– Staff report, The Georgia 100

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