Meet new friends and see things you've never seen in the 50+ Travel Program! If you're age 50 or better, you could be going on affordable day trips, exploring attractions, events, festivals and culture in the Pacific Northwest. Trips are planned and escorted by trained volunteers, and are offered in varying categories of difficulty.
If registering for a trip and using a wheelchair, motorized scooter, walker, service animal, caregiver, other assistive device or are in need of special assistance, please contact Inclusion Services at 360-487-7060. An accommodation request must be made 10 business days before the trip start date.
Learn about trips offered through December 2014. Refreshments and door prizes for $25, $10 and $5 trip discounts. Every person present receives a $5 coupon to sue that day for any day trip offered through December. Marshall Center, Monday, Aug. 18, 9-10 a.m.
Easy: No stairs, minimal standing or walking.
Moderate: Requires ability to stand or walk on uneven surfaces. For the person who can comfortably climb a flight of stairs. Must be able to walk 8-10 blocks and stand 30 minutes. More than one stop requires getting in and out of the van.
Difficult: Longer trip, frequent stops requiring getting on and off van. Ability for extended standing, walking and/or stairs, may not include seating. Probably includes uneven terrain and challenging tours requiring endurance.
All trips depart from and return to Luepke Center, 1009 McLoughlin Blvd., Vancouver. Trips leave promptly at advertised times. Return time is carefully planned, however, is dependent on weather and traffic.
For more information about trips call 360-487-7084 or visit the Parks and Recreation website.