These links are to Organisations who offer significant facilities for disability vehicle users. Let me know if you know of other organisations that should be represented here.

Countryside Mobility Tramper sites
An excellent organisation that operates throughout the South West. They make Tramper all-terrain vehicles available to many sites. These vehicles are superb in almost any terrain and offer an opportunity to get out into the countryside for people who otherwise may not be able to. Terrific!

Lake District National Park routes and trails Routes are graded as described on their website. If you have completed any of these routes on you vehicle, please add them to the freeonwheels database so that others can be confident of being able to complete the routes.

Accessible routes in South East England A great resource. If you have completed any of these routes on your vehicle, please let us know about it by adding it to the website so that others can be confident of being able to complete the routes.

Sustrans A leading charity enabling people to choose healthier, cleaner and cheaper journeys.

Easily accessible paths – Devon County Council These pages are designed to encourage the family group out into rural areas on safe and easily accessible paths, which have been chosen to exclude stiles, steps or any obstruction which would cause difficulty to those with limited mobility.

National Parks National Parks work hard to make sure the landscape, scenery and tranquility of our inspiring National Parks are available to everyone, no matter what their access needs are.

Hampshire Accessible Countryside Here they offer a choice of attractive sites with facilities for less mobile visitors. Please contact the individual sites, or visit their websites for complete information concerning opening times, charges and facilities.

The Strawberry Line The Strawberry Line Path is an ambitious project aiming to create a continuous 30-mile traffic-free path spanning Mid-Somerset from Clevedon to Shepton Mallet.