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We want everyone to enjoy their visit to Maryland’s Wicomico County. We've compiled information about accessible Wicomico County attractions to help make planning your trip easier.
Henry S. Parker Athletic Complex
The Henry S. Parker Athletic Complex features Field 7 ½, a small turf field that was designed to provide individuals with physical or mental disabilities the opportunity to play baseball, along with the Donnie Williams Inclusive Playground and a sensory trail. Inclusive elements of the playground include ramps, swings, a merry-go-round and more.
Jeanette P. Chipman Boundless Playground
The Jeanette P. Chipman Boundless Playground features ramps that allow kids of different abilities to play together.
Salisbury’s Chuck E. Cheese location, located in The Centre at Salisbury mall, offers Sensory Sensitive Sundays on the first Sunday of each month. Learn more about this program here.
Visitors to Downtown Salisbury will find widened sidewalks, ADA-compliant curb ramps, and ramps that lead into and out of the Pohanka Riverwalk Amphitheater, parking garage and to the bridges that cross the river along the Riverwalk. Route 50 crosswalks in this area feature audio-guided signaling.
Learn more about how Salisbury is accessible in this video.
Hoof Prints Trail Riding Center
Visitors can take a horseback riding lesson at Hoof Prints Trail Riding Center, located at 5367 Sixty Foot Road in Parsonsburg. The center is also home to 4STEPS Therapeutic Riding, so instructors are familiar with working with people who have disabilities. To learn more and set up a ride, visit this page.
Regal Salisbury offers closed captioning and descriptive video services with devices that are available by request.
The Salisbury Zoo features paved pathways and ramps. There are free wheelchairs available for visitors through the Mary Cameron Accessibility Program, and there is also an Inclusion Toolbox available here. Sensory backpacks are available for check-out. Learn more about accessibility at the zoo here.
The Maryland Folk Festival, set for Sept. 22-24, 2023, is accessible in numerous ways. There are accessible seating and restrooms, interpretation services and a courtesy cart for transportation. Read all about accessibility at the festival here.