Spotlights on Accessibility in Sonoma/Napa Wine Country.

I’m Jeanne Allen and I use an electric scooter. I love to travel but, like others with limited mobility, I’m often frustrated by how difficult it is to research and plan a trip. While many destinations boast accessibility, it’s often hard or even impossible to find the specific information I need as a traveler. That’s why I created incredibleACCESSIBLE – an at-a-glance, accessible travel guide to give people with limited mobility, and their travel companions, the knowledge, confidence, and inspiration to travel.

My dream is to expand incredibleACCESSIBLE into a global resource. Right now, I’m starting in my backyard of the Sonoma/Napa Wine Country. I’m shining Spotlights on accessible hotels, wineries, restaurants, shops, and points of interest, visiting in person and reporting all the details to the incredibleACCESSIBLE blog – where to find parking, entrances, seating, restrooms, helpful staff, and any other details that ensure an accessible experience.

Come with me on my journey. Be empowered to go places you weren’t sure you could go and to do things you weren’t sure you could do. Together, we can be incredible!



Make planning easy with our database of accessibility information. Find the right hotel rooms, restaurants, and attractions to make your trip a success.


Discover the amazing accessible experiences in the Wine Country, with stunning photos, informative videos, and recommended itineraries.



Be empowered to travel. Go places you weren’t sure you could go and do things you weren’t sure you could do. Be incredible.

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Sonoma Arts Live is an Accessible Night at the Theater

The stately Greek Revival building that houses Sonoma Arts Live was built in 1915 and is now Sonoma’s Community Center. It is a National Historic Landmark, and yet is wheelchair accessible after a recent renovation of the Rotary Stage. Sonoma Arts Live, a consortium of local theater companies, is off to a great 2015 season, with their second production, “Noises Off”, which we had the pleasure of seeing.

Sonoma Raceway

Sonoma Raceway is an accessibility dream. A $70 million Modernization Plan resulted in an impressive property, including accessible parking, shuttles, tunnels, elevators, and ramps to get people with mobility challenges around this huge property. A fixture in Sonoma Valley for almost 50 years, first as Sears Point Raceway then Infineon Raceway, this is the Sonoma home for NASCAR, IndyCar, NHRA Drag Racing, and the Sonoma Historic Motorsports Festival.

incredibleACCESSIBLE featured on Curb Free with Cory Lee Blog

Cory Lee graciously reached out to me to be one of eight wheelchair users sharing their most accessible travel destinations. I was excited to share accessible Sonoma with the world, and got some great destination ideas from my seven fellow travelers! Give the link below a click to read the article.

Curb Free with Cory Lee | 8 Wheelchair Users Share Their Most Accessible Destination