The state rules process to allow coastal towns, counties and private beachfront property owners to use portable, roll-out mats as an alternative to traditional beach walkover structures continues.
Four coastal park facilities to receive funding for accessibility projects through the Parks and Recreation Trust Fund.
Since its first surf day in 2016, Adaptive Surf Project of North Carolina has been helping those with disabilities at any age experience the excitement of surfing.
The American Council of the Blind recognized the landmark’s visitor center for its audio description programs.
The Coastal Resources Commission recently granted a variance allowing the town to place an Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant beach mat for wheelchair users at varying locations throughout the summer.
Summer Michaud-Skog’s recently published book, “Fat Girls Hiking: An Inclusive Guide to Getting Outdoors at Any Size or Ability” is about how anyone can find their own ways to connect with nature.
The state Coastal Resources Commission has granted the town of Topsail Beach permission to install beach mats for wheelchair users at three handicapped-accessible beach access sites during the summer months.