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A Quebec Beach Has Adapted So People With Reduced Mobility Can Get Down To The Water Too

Why isn't this on every beach?!

Staff Writer
This Quebec Beach Adapted For People With Reduced Mobility

The Baie de Beauport beach in Quebec City has just set an example for beaches all around the world.

The site recently unveiled a special carpet that allows wheelchair users and other individuals with reduced mobility to enjoy the beach more easily.

The carpet rolls out all the way to the water's edge, according to a Facebook post, allowing everyone to enjoy a full day at the beach.

In a June 14 Facebook post, Baie de Beauport said it has also installed adapted picnic tables and made its stores, restaurant and bar accessible, as well.

According to CBC News, Quebec City is planning even more accessible installations.

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