Information for Travelers with Physical or Visual Disabilities

NLS Reference Circulars

Information for Travelers with Physical or Visual Disabilities 2002


Information contained in this reference circular is based on descriptive literature provided by companies and organizations offering services to travelers with physical or visual disabilities.

Access guides to specific cities and tourist sites are not included as they are too numerous to mention. Such guides are typically published by local chambers of commerce and may be found in public libraries or requested directly from the issuing organization. In addition, access guides covering specific foreign countries may be obtained from tourist offices that many foreign countries operate in Washington, D.C., or New York City.

Only print books and magazines issued in 1997 or later are included. Recorded and braille travel books that date from 1989 or later may be borrowed by eligible residents of the United States from a network of libraries serving readers who are unable to read standard print because of visual or physical disabilities. For information about this free library service go to <> or contact the Reference Section, National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped, Library of Congress, Washington, DC 20542, <>.



Selected Federal Agencies

Selected Travel Agencies

Transportation Services in the United States

Selected Internet Sites

Selected Bibliography: Print

Selected Bibliography: Braille and Recorded Access Guides available to eligible users from NLS

United States Tourism Offices


Access-Able Travel Source

P.O. Box 1796

Wheat Ridge, CO 80034

(303) 232-2979

(303) 239-8486 fax

Provides information on accessible facilities, accommodations, and services, including rentals of vans and medical equipment. Publishes a monthly e-mail newsletter,, which shares information about traveling with a disability. The web site offers travel tips in the frequently asked questions (FAQs) section.

Mobility International USA

P.O. Box 10767

Eugene, OR 97440

(541) 343-1284 voice and TDD

(541) 343-6812 fax

Acts as a national clearinghouse on work exchange opportunities for people with disabilities. Publishes books in print and alternative formats on a variety of international volunteer opportunities. The web site provides information about exchange programs in public health, youth development, environment, and other related fields. Lists teaching positions for primary through post-secondary levels worldwide for individuals with disabilities.

MossRehab ResourceNet

1200 West Tabor Road #104

Philadelphia, PA 19141

(215) 456-9900

(215) 329-4342 TDD

Collects and disseminates information on accessible worldwide travel. Makes referrals to travel agencies and organizations that specialize in working with individuals with disabilities.

RNIB Holiday Service

Royal National Institute for the Blind

RNIB Customer Services

P.O. Box 173

Peterborough PE2 6WS for UK customers for overseas customers

Offers holiday information and advice to patrons within the United Kingdom, and offers a variety of tours. Publishes VIP Hotel Guide Book, 2nd ed., £4.99, which lists 100 inspected hotels and guesthouses around the United Kingdom that have been recommended by people with visual impairments.

Society for Accessible Travel and Hospitality (SATH)

347 Fifth Avenue, Suite 610

New York, NY 10016

(212) 447-7284

(212) 725-8253 fax

Maintains lists of tour operators and travel agencies with experience in serving travelers with disabilities. Publishes a series of guides, Barrier Free Travel, that provide information on accessible hotels, restaurants, and tourist attractions, and a quarterly newsletter, Open World, available in print or online.

Selected Federal Agencies

Aviation Consumer Protection Division

U. S. Department of Transportation

C-75, 400 Seventh Street SW

Washington, DC 20590

(202) 366-4000

Offers information for air travelers with disabilities, including travel tips, publications, guidance regarding aviation rules and statues, and consumer reports. Receives complaints from the public concerning air carriers who violate travelers' rights and provides complaint resolution.

National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)

400 7th Street SW

Washington, DC 20590

888-327-4236 hotline

Regulates the manufacture of automotive adaptive equipment and modified vehicles used by persons with disabilities. Publishes reports on automotive safety issues.

National Park Service

U. S. Department of the Interior

1849 C Street NW

Washington, DC 20240

(202) 208-6843

888-467-2757 for national park passes

Golden access passport is a lifetime pass for citizens or permanent residents of the United States who are blind or have some other disability to national parks, monuments, historic sites, recreation areas, and national wildlife refuges that charge an entrance fee. The pass must be obtained in person at a federal area where an entrance fee is charged and applicants must show proof of medically determined permanent disabilities or eligibilities for receiving the benefits under federal law. This pass admits the individual and any accompanying passengers in a private vehicle if a park has a per vehicle entrance fee. It also provides a 50 percent discount on federal-use fees charged for facilities and services.

Golden age passport is a lifetime entrance pass for citizens or permanent residents of the United States who are 62 years or older to national parks, monuments, historic sites, recreation areas, and national wildlife refuges that charge an entrance fee. This pass must be obtained in person at a federal area where an entrance fee is charged and applicants must show proof of age. There is a one time processing fee of $10. The pass also provides a 50 percent discount on federal-uses fees charged for facilities and services.

U. S. Department of Transportation

400 Seventh Street SW

Washington, DC 20590

(202) 366-4000

(202) 755-7687 TDD

Committed to building a transportation system that provides equal access for all Americans. The web site provides information on Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973; transportation technology; transportation resources; laws and regulations, including Air Carriers Access Act; and useful links.

Selected Travel Agencies

Access Aloha Travel

414 Kuwili Street, Suite 101

Honolulu, HI 96817

(808) 545-1143

800-480-1143 mainland only

(808) 521-4400 TDD

(808) 545-7657 fax

Full service agency for individuals, groups, or conventions. Provides sign- language interpreters, personal-care attendants, and accessible transportation.

Access Tours

P.O. Box 499

Victor, ID 83455

(208) 787-2238


(208) 787-2332 fax

Small escorted tours of the American west for persons with mobility impairments.

Accessible Alaska Adventures

P.O. Box 91333

Anchorage, AK 99509-1333

(907) 349-6301

800-349-6301 outside Anchorage, USA only

(907) 344-3259 fax

Plans self-drive tour itineraries to Alaska and Western Canada and offers Alaskan cruises customized for travelers with special needs.

Accessible Italy and Accessible Europe



+39-0113091201 fax and

Arranges accessible tours and services in Europe, with emphasis on Italy. Provides accessible van rental, English-speaking guide, and accessible hotels.

Accessible Journeys

35 West Sellers Avenue

Ridley Park, PA 19078

(610) 521-0339


(610) 521-6959 fax

Designs accessible holidays for individuals who are mobility impaired and self-sufficient and escorts groups on accessible vacations worldwide. Publishes an online newsletter Access to the Planet.

Accessible Kiwi Tours

East Coast Highway

P.O. Box 550


+64 7 315 6988

+64 7 315 5056 fax

Provides tour services of New Zealand using adapted vehicles for people who are elderly or who have physical disabilities.

Campanian Society Inc.

P.O. Box 167

Oxford, OH 45056

(513) 524-4846

(513) 523-0276 fax

Specializes in educational travel programs in the United States and Europe for individuals with visual impairments. Provides tactile tours of museums. Publishes a bimonthly newsletter, Optical Dimensions, available free online or in large print.

Chalfont Line Holidays

4 Medway Parade

Perivale, Middlesex UB6 8HR



+020-8991-2892 fax

Offers accessible coach tours in the United Kingdom and Europe for travelers with mobility impairments. Care options available. Also lists accessible cruise lines.

Discovery Hills Travel

886 Overlook Circle

San Marcos, CA 92078

(760) 744-6536


(760) 744-5765 fax

Plans trips for individuals and groups with mobility impairments.

Melwood's Recreation and Travel Service

9035 Ironsides Road

Nanjemoy, MD 20662

(301) 870-3226 or (301) 934-3590 or (301) 870-3215

(301) 870-2620 fax

Arranges a variety of recreation opportunities to persons with developmental and physical disabilities from age seventeen to senior citizens throughout the year.

Nautilus Tours and Cruises, Ltd.

22567 Ventura Boulevard

Woodland Hills, CA 91364

(818) 591-3159

800-797-6004 outside CA

(818) 225-9981 fax or

Arranges domestic and international tours and cruises for travelers with physical disabilities and lodging facilities accessible to wheelchair users. Attendant or companion must accompany an individual who requires assistance with personal needs or mobility.

Titch Tours

26 Station Road

Rondebosch 7700

Cape Town, South Africa


+0027-21-689-3760 fax

Custom-designed itineraries for individuals and groups with visual impairments to South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, and Zambia, and the Indian ocean islands of Mauritius, Comores, and Seychelles.

Wilderness Inquiry

808 14th Avenue SE

Minneapolis, MN 55414-1516

(612) 676-9400 voice or TDD


(612) 676-9401 fax

Offers integrated outdoor adventure experiences for people of all ages and abilities in twenty states and Canada. Trains recreation service providers on implementing integrated outdoor programs. Reviews parks, trails, and outdoor facilities for their accessibility. Catalog available in braille, in large print, and on cassette.

Transportation Services


Travelers in need of special arrangements should contact airlines at least twenty-four hours in advance of departure for wheelchairs, portable oxygen, travel with a guide dog, etc. Guide dogs travel and sit with their owners free of charge. Airlines recommend that passengers check in at the terminal well in advance of scheduled boarding time. Airlines are required to provide passengers with disabilities with assistance departing and arriving, including personnel and equipment. Airline companies may be contacted through toll-free numbers or local offices, found in local telephone directories.


All major car rental agencies rent cars with hand controls (for left- or right-handed use). Cars are available at most major U.S. cities with pick-up and drop-off varying from agency to agency. Advance notice (varying from twenty-four to seventy-two hours) is required. Car rental companies may be contacted through toll-free numbers or local offices, found in local telephone directories.

Accessible van rentals are available from a number of companies with locations across the United States and Puerto Rico. Most offer daily and weekly rates on a variety of wheelchair accessible, full-sized, and mini-vans. Advance notice is recommended. Contact company directly for current availability. Three of the largest companies are:

Accessible Vans of America
Wheelchair Getaways, Inc.
Wheelers Accessible Vans

MossRehabResourceNet, Disability Resources Monthly (DRM) Guide to Disability Resources on the Internet, and Gimp on the Go have comprehensive listings of accessible van rental companies.

Disabled Driver's Mobility Guide (see bibliography for ordering information) has a list of resources and driving aids available in the United States and Canada.


Bus carriers are willing to provide necessary assistance for those who request it in boarding and handling baggage. They generally require a written statement from a physician verifying the need for an attendant to travel with an individual who is disabled. Advance arrangements should be made by calling the departure terminal for special assistance and check-in at the terminal well in advance of scheduled departure time. Terminal accessibility varies from city to city.

The major U.S. carrier is Greyhound: 800-231-2222 or 800-345-3109 TDD.

Greyhound has lift-equipped buses to and from all its destinations, except in a limited set of circumstances. Wheelchairs or other equipment are allowed, but must be folded and stored out of the way while the bus is in motion. There is no additional charge for a wheelchair or other special equipment.

Trailways serves Northeast United States: (703) 691-3052


Prospective travelers should contact the passenger line or their travel agent about any requirements for medical certification, accessibility of shipboard facilities, or wheelchair regulations in various ports.


The major U.S. carrier is Amtrak. For information and reservation call 800-872-7245 or 800-523-6590 TDD, or visit <>.

Amtrak offers a discount for passengers with disabilities equal to 15 percent off the lowest available fare. Official documentation of disability is required. The company recommends booking by phone to make sure all needs are met. Publishes a pamphlet available in print, braille, and in large print and on cassette, Guide to Amtrak Services for Travelers with Disabilities. (See bibliography for ordering information.)

Selected Internet Sites

Disability Resources Monthly (DRM) Guide to Disability Resources on the Internet, <>, provides a travel and transportation index to national and international web sites that contain information on ground, air, or public transportation for travelers with disabilities, laws and legislation, resources within each state, and related material. Produced by Disability Resources, Inc.

Gimp on the Go, <>, is an online travel magazine that includes disability travel tips, public forums for exchanging recommendations, and destination reviews.

Project ACTION Accessible Traveler's Database,

/paweb/800num.htm>, is a listing of toll-free numbers of accessible transportation providers for major United States airlines, buses, trains, accessible car rentals, and major hotels. Produced by Project ACTION, 700 13th Street NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC 20005, (202) 347-3066.

United States Tourism Offices, < tourismoffices.html>, is a listing of United States tourism offices in alphabetical order by state and territory. It includes telephone numbers and web sites. Individual state departments of tourism will give advice and guidance on accessible services, facilities, attractions, and destinations within respective state. A complete list can be found on pages 14-20.

Selected Bibliography: Print

Accessible air travel: a guide for people with disabilities, 1998. 32p. [pamphlet], and Air Carrier Access, n.d. 27p. [pamphlet].
Single copy available free from the Eastern Paralyzed Veterans Association, 75-20 Astoria Boulevard, Jackson Heights, NY 11370-1177, <>.
Active living: the health, fitness, and recreation magazine for people with a disability.
Bimonthly. $20/yr. Disability Today Publication Group, 132 Main Street East, Suite 1, Grimsby Ontario, L3M 1P1 Canada. <>.
Adapting motor vehicles for people with disabilities.
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, n.d. 6p. [brochure]. Retrieved Nov. 29, 2001. <>.
Amtrak: a guide to Amtrak services for travelers with disabilities.
1998-9. 24p. Free. [pamphlet]. Washington: Office of Amtrak Access. (60 Massachusetts Avenue NE, 20002). Also available in alternative formats.
Bucks, Christa, ed. A world of options: a guide to international exchange, community service, and travel for persons with disabilities.
Eugene, OR: Mobility International USA, 1997. 3rd rev. ed. 658p. (P.O. Box 10767 97440).
Disabled driver's mobility guide.
Heathrow, FL: American Automobile Association, 2000. 200+p. $7.95 + $3, shipping and handling. (1000 AAA Drive, Mail stop 76, 32746).
Emerging horizons: accessible travel newsletter
Includes information on accessible van rentals. Quarterly. $11.95/yr. c/o Candy and Charles Creative Concepts, P.O. Box 278, Ripon, CA 95366, <>.
Enforcing the civil rights of air travelers with disabilities.
Washington: Government Printing Office, 1999. 176p. $17. (S/N # 052-003-01475-10) (Superintendent of Documents, P.O. Box 371954, Pittsburgh, PA 15250).
Exceptional parent
Ooccasional articles on traveling with children with disabilities. Monthly. $39.95/yr. Exceptional Parent Magazine, 555 Kinderkamack Road, Oradell, NJ 07649, <>
Illum, Steve, Brigitte Oliver, and Gary Thompson. The disability express: travel and disability resource directory.
Springfield, MO: Office of Leisure Research, Southwest Missouri State U., 7th ed, 2000. $60. (901 South National Avenue 65804).
Information for visitors with disabilities.
Annual. Single copy free. National Trust, Access for All Office. (36 Queen Anne's Gate, London SW1H 9AS, England).
New horizons: information for the air traveler with a disability.
Washington: U. S. Department of Transportation, n.d. 40p. Free. [pamphlet]. (400 Seventh Street SW, 20590). Also available on the Internet at <>. 14p. (Retrieved June 13, 2001).
Open world.
Quarterly. $13/yr. SATH Publications Inc., 347 Fifth Avenue, Suite 610, New York, NY 10016, <>.
PN/Parpalegic news.
(Monthly column, "travel tips") Monthly. $23/yr.
Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA), 211 East Highland Avenue, Suite 180, Phoenix, AZ, 85016
Rosen, Fred. How to travel in Canada: a guidebook for a visitor with a disability.
Chesterfield, MO: Science and Humanities Press, 2000. $14.95. 165p. (P.O. Box 7151, 63006).
Rous, Melba M, and Eileen B. Ward. Anyone can travel: the essential guide for seniors, people with disabilities, health problems, and all travellers.
Victoria, British Columbia: Trafford Publishers, 2000. 286p. $14.92. (2333 Government Street, Suite 6E, 48T 4P4 Canada).
Smither, Patricia. Around the world resource guide.
Oakland, CA: Access for Disabled Americans, 2001. 4th ed. $15. (436 14th Street, Suite 200, 94612).
Smithsonian access: a free guide for visitors.
2000. 60p. Free. [pamphlet]. Washington: Smithsonian Information, Smithsonian Institution. (Room 153, 20560). Also available in alternative formats and on the Internet at <>.
Special living.
Quarterly. $12/year. P. O. Box 1000, Bloomington, Il 61720.
Sports 'n spokes.
Sports travel articles. Monthly. $21/yr. Paralyzed Veterans of America (PVA), 211 East Highland Avenue, Suite 180, Phoenix, AZ, 85016 <>.
Steps taken to ensure new security requirements preserve and respect the civil rights of people with disabilities.
Available on the Internet at <>. Retrieved June 10, 2002.
Travel and diabetes: information packet.
1999. Free. (Reprint of four articles from Diabetes self-management and Postgraduate medicine magazines). Bethesda, MD: National Diabetes Information Clearinghouse, National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health. (1 Information Way, 20892).

Selected Bibliography: Braille and Recorded Access Guides available to eligible users from NLS

Access America guide to the eastern national parks: an atlas and guide for visitors with disabilities. c1989.
BR 8283 and RC 31067.
Access America guide to the rocky mountain national parks: an atlas and guide for visitors with disabilities. c1989.
BR 8282 and RC 31068.
Access America guide to the southwestern national parks: an atlas and guide for visitors with disabilities. c1989.
BR 8285 and RC 31069.
Access America guide to the western national parks: an atlas and guide for visitors with disabilities. c1989.
BR 8284 and RC 31069.
Access in London: a guide for people who have problems getting around. c1996.
RC 49247.
Easy access to national parks: the Sierra Club guide for people with disabilities. c1992.
BR 9223 and RC 35445.
Fodor's great American vacations for travelers with disabilities. 2nd ed. c1996.
RC 44697.
Wheels and waves: a cruise, ferry, river, and canal barge guide for the physically handicapped. c1993.
BR 9690 and RC 37601.

United States Tourism Offices


Alabama Bureau of Tourism and Travel
401 Adams Avenue
P.O. Box 4927
Montgomery, AL 36103
(334) 242-4169
(334) 242-4554 fax


Alaska Division of Tourism
P.O. Box 110809
Juneau, AK 99811
(907) 465-2012
(907) 465-3767 fax

American Samoa

American Samoa Office of Tourism
Department of Commerce
American Samoa Government
P.O. Box 147
Pago Pago, AS 96799
(684) 633-1092
684-633-2092 fax


Arizona Office of Tourism
2702 North 3rd Street, Suite 4015
Phoenix, AZ 85007
(602) 230-7733
602-240-5432 fax


Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism
One Capitol Mall
Little Rock, AR 72201
(501) 682-7777 v/TDD


California Tourism
1102 Q Street, Suite 6000
Sacramento, CA 95814
(916) 322-2881
(916) 322-3402 fax


Colorado Tourism Office
800-265-67236 (COLORADO)


Connecticut Office of Tourism
505 Hudson Street
Hartford, CT 06106
(860) 270-8080
(860) 270-8077 fax


Delaware Tourism Office
99 Kings Highway
Dover, DE 19901
(302) 739-4371
(302) 739-5749 fax

District of Columbia

Washington, D.C. Convention and Tourism Corporation
1212 New York Avenue NW
Suite 600
Washington, DC 20005
(202) 789-7007
(202) 789-7037 fax


Visit Florida
P.O. Box 1100
Tallahassee, FL 32302
(850) 224-2938 fax


Georgia Tourism
285 Peachtree Center Avenue
Suite 1000
Atlanta, GA 30303


Guam Visitors Bureau
1336-C Park Street
Alameda, CA 94501
(510) 865-5165 fax


Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau
2270 Kalakaua Avenue
Suite 801
Honolulu, HI 96815
800-464-29244 (GOHAWAII)
(808) 924-0290 fax


Idaho Department of Commerce
700 West State Street
P.O. Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720
(208) 334-2470
(208) 334-2631 fax


Illinois Bureau of Tourism
620 East Adams Street
Springfield, IL 62701
800-226-6328 (2CONNECT)
800-406-6418 TDD


Indiana Tourism Division
One North Capitol
Suite 700
Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 233-6887 fax


Iowa Tourism Office
200 East Grand Avenue
Des Moines, IA 50309
(515) 242-4705
(515) 242-4718 fax


Kansas Travel and Tourism
700 SW Harrison Street
Suite 1300
Topeka, KS 66603
(913) 296-2009
(785) 296-5055 fax


Kentucky Department of Travel
500 Mero Street, 22nd floor
Dept DA
Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 564-4930
800-225-8747 v/TDD


Louisiana Office of Tourism
P.O. Box 94291
Baton Rouge, LA 70804
(225) 342-8100
(225) 345-8390 fax


Maine Office of Tourism, DECD
59 State House Station
Augusta, ME 04333
(207) 287-5711
(207) 287-8070 fax


Maryland Office of Tourism Development
217 East Redwood Street, 9th Floor
Baltimore, MD 21202


Massachusetts Office of Travel and Tourism
10 Park Plaza, Suite 4510
Boston, MA 02116
(617) 973-8500
(617) 973-8525 fax


Travel Michigan
P.O. Box 26128
Lansing, MI 48909


Minnesota Department of Trade and Economic Development
100 Metro Square
121 7th Place East
St. Paul, MN 55101
(651) 296-5029
(651) 296-2800 fax


Mississippi Division of Tourism Development
P.O. Box 849
Jackson, MS 39205
(601) 359-3297
(601) 359-5757 fax


Missouri Division of Tourism
P.O. Box 1055
Jefferson City, MO 65102
(573) 751-4133
(573) 751-5160 fax


Montana Travel Promotion Division
Room TIA
Deer Lodge, MT 59722
(406) 444-2654
(406) 721-4374 fax


Nebraska Tourism Office
P.O. Box 98907
Lincoln, NE 68509


Nevada Commission on Tourism
401 North Carson Street
Carson City, NV 89701

New Hampshire

New Hampshire Division of Travel and Tourism Development
172 Pembroke Road
P.O. Box 1856
Concord, NH 03302
(603) 271-2665
(603) 271-6870 fax

New Jersey

New Jersey Travel and Tourism
P.O. Box 820
Trenton, NJ 08625
(609) 777-0885

New Mexico

New Mexico Department of Tourism
491 Old Santa Fe Trail
Sante Fe, NM 87501
800-733-6396, ext. 0643

New York

New York State Division of Tourism
One Commerce Plaza
Albany, NY 12245
(518) 474-4116
(518) 486-6416 fax

North Carolina

North Carolina Division of Tourism, Film, and Sports Development
301 North Wilmington Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
(919) 715-5900
(919) 733-2616 fax

North Dakota

North Dakota Tourism Department
Liberty Memorial Building
604 East Boulevard Alvin
Bismarck, ND 58505
(701) 224-2525
(701) 328-4878 fax


Ohio Division of Travel and Tourism
P.O. Box 1001
Columbus, OH 43266
(614) 466-8844
(614) 466-6744 fax


Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department
500 Will Rogers Bldg., DA 92
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
(405) 521-3981
(405) 521-3992 fax


Oregon Tourism Commission
775 Summer Street NE
Salem, OR 97310
(503) 373-1270
800-543-8838 within OR only
(503) 986-0001 fax


Pennsylvania Office of Travel and Tourism
Forum Building
Harrisburg, PA 17120
(717) 232-8880
800-847-4872 or

Puerto Rico

Puerto Rico Tourism Company
Box 4435
Old San Juan Station
San Juan, PR 00905
(787) 721-2400

Rhode Island

Rhode Island Tourism Division
One West Exchange Street
Providence, RI 02903
(401) 222-2601
(401) 273-8270 fax

South Carolina

South Carolina Parks, Recreation, and Tourism
1205 Pendleton Street
Columbia, SC 29201
(803) 734-1700
800-727-6453 (SCSMILE)
(803) 734-0133 fax

South Dakota

South Dakota Department of Tourism
711 East Wells Avenue
Pierre, SD 57501
(605) 733-3301


Tennessee Department of Tourist Development
Rachel Jackson Building, 5th Floor
320 Sixth Avenue North
Nashville, TN 37243
(615) 741-2159


Texas Department of Tourist Development
P.O. Box 12728
Austin, TX 78711
(512) 462-9191
www.state.txus/travel and recreation

U.S. Virgin Islands

U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism
245 Peachtree Center Avenue NE
Marquis One Tower
Suite MB-05
Atlanta, GA 30302
(404) 688-0906
(404) 525-1102 fax


Utah Travel Council
P.O. Box 147420
Salt Lake City, UT 84114
(801) 538-1030


Vermont Department of Tourism and Marketing
6 Baldwin Street, Drawer 33
Montpelier, VT 05633
(802) 828-3236
(802) 828-5884 fax


Virginia Tourism Corporation
901 East Byrd Street, 19th Floor
Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 786-4484


Washington Tourism Division
P.O. Box 42500
Olympia, WA 98504
(360) 725-5050

West Virginia

West Virginia Tourism Division
2101 Washington Street East
Charleston, WV 25305
(304) 348-2286
(800) 225-5982


Wisconsin Department of Tourism
201 West Washington Avenue
P.O. Box 7976
Madison, WI 53707
(608) 266-2161


Wyoming Business Council, Travel, and Tourism
I-25 at College Drive
Cheyenne, WY 82002
(307) 777-7777
(307) 777-2877 fax

Compiled by
Ruth Nussbaum
Reference Section
June 2002

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