Discover the beauty of the Rogue Valley through accessible travel that welcomes everyone! Experience landscapes, award-winning wineries, and outdoor adventures without barriers. Our region takes pride in its commitment to inclusivity, offering accessible accommodations, transportation, and attractions. From wheelchair accessible hiking trails like the Table Rocks, to fully equipped wineries and restaurants, every aspect of your journey is designed to cater to diverse needs. Explore the Rogue River with accessible river rafting options, fish in accessible spots teeming with salmon and trout, or simply unwind amidst the natural splendor. 

Accessible travel in Medford and the Rogue Valley ensures that every visitor can create cherished memories and immerse themselves in our region's charm, making it an ideal destination for all! 


We allow people with mobility challenges to use our track chairs and Para Golfers for free. We do not manufacture chairs or help people purchase these outdoor mobility chairs. We host events called excursions at various locations throughout the year. The excursions are designed to allow a person with mobility challenges to go to one of our excursion locations to use our Track Chairs and not have to worry about transporting a track chair.

Home to wild rivers, deep canyons, dazzling mountains and iconic Crater Lake, Southern Oregon has enough natural beauty for all, and many destinations have thoughtfully improved or built in accessibility features to welcome more visitors. Here are a few options to inspire your next vacation itinerary.

One of the longest wheelchair accessible hiking trails is the Godfrey Glen Trail, which is a 1-mile loop with a grade no higher than 9%. The trail itself travels through an old-growth forest with views of the canyon is packed with dirt with a few minimally soft spots. 

At Compass Hotel Medford, we do our best to follow ADA regulations and ensure both our website and our property are accessible to all, including guests with special needs. Take a look at the list of accessibility features we offer on the property.

With Adams’ help, the Medford Parks Department has created its first wheelchair-accessible trail at Prescott Park at the eastern edge of Medford. The new half-mile trail is accessible off the main paved road. It represents a sea-change for those like Adams who pine for the outdoors and don’t want their physical limitations to keep them at bay. “We like to have people with disabilities to have more independence,” Adams says. “This is an immense opportunity.”

Oregon is known world-wide for its amazing wines, and wine tasting is a great way to see more of Oregon as you travel.  The drive to get to the winery can be just as beautiful as the final destination. But if you are traveling with someone with limited mobility, perhaps someone on crutches, someone in a medical walking boot, or in a wheelchair, ease of access is important

Loading the boat requires 3 steps and stepping over, or sitting and swinging legs over multiple rows of seats. Every passenger should be able to hold themselves in place while doing spins. Canes and folding walkers are welcome on the boat. Wheelchairs can also be stowed away by the captain (please call us) but please note that terrain at both Touvelle State Park and at your Discovery Park layover, can be steep in places and range from sand, river rock, and grass.

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