Canada guide AccessNow App, accessible national parks and beaches

Capital – Ottawa | Currency – Canadian Dollar


Editor’s Pick: AccessNow.com

In this international review app you can add photos and your own review. Works with filters. Has well over 6000 pinned places in the Greater Toronto Area.

Youtube TIP

Accessible Adventurers is a channel by Ken and Dee where you find weekly vlogs about all things accessible travel.

AccessNow review site in Canada
Map Access Now


Gatineau (Quebec) – Canada Museum of History (Rate and review this place)

British Columbia

Vancouver – Vancouver Aquarium – (Rate and review this place here) , The Stanley Park Seawall – (Rate and review this place here), Grouse Mountain – (Rate and review this place here)

Canada National Parks

All of Canada’s National Parks and National Historic Sites have parking areas and washroom facilities that display the blue and white “accessibility sign.”

Fort St James National Historic Site

Fundy National Park

Glacier National Park

Jasper National Park

Kouchibouguac National Park

To the beach


10 accessible beaches – detailed information and beatiful photos on the website OntarioParks.com

Getting around

Canada Public Transport Accessibility
Ontario, wheelchair accessible bus


ViaRail Canada – (Rate and review here)

By car

Fuel service app
Fuel service app

If you drive yourself, use the Fuelservice app (click to find stations) to communicate with fuel stations so you can smoothly continue your road trip.


Here you find info on accessible parking in Canada.

Timezone – different time zones

Visa – all information on applying for a visa to Canada you find on this website.

Language – the official languages are English and French.

Travel Sheets – Download here (English and French)




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This page was updated October 24, 2021