Ordinary wheelchairs cannot easily cross certain surfaces, making some natural parks, trails and pool inaccessible. Snow, gravel, mud and sand can all cause wheelchair wheels to sink and jam. A pool wheelchair makes it possible to go through almost any uneven or difficult terrain.
Wheelchairs can be mounted with wheels specially designed for riding on difficult surfaces. You can buy pelican & platypus aquatic pool wheelchairs for disabled people. Some pneumatic tires can be attached to wheelchair wheels that move on the sand. However, balloon tires are the best choice for traveling anywhere.
Plastic wheelchairs are available at the pool or on the pool. Rigid plastic frames are usually designed to be easily disassembled and transported. Some plastic wheelchairs have backrests so you can lie by the pool and sunbathe without leaving the chair.
Popular tourist often have wheelchair rentals. In most cases, pool-modified wheelchairs do not include unsupported pushing methods. They are equipped with four identical balloon tires, meaning you need someone to push you, like in a transport wheelchair.
If you can pay for it, you can buy a wheelchair that can be used manually or electrically at the pool. A once-in-a-lifetime trip to the pool may not be worth the investment, but if you visit the pool a lot, live on the pool, or travel a lot on difficult ground, it's worth the purchase.
Portable pool platforms are available which allow you to ride the wheelchair demonstration doll in your existing electric or manual wheelchair. This is an economical option, but you will have limited access to certain areas and travel unevenly.