On April 9, eight-year-old Casey Rohrer from Hermosa Beach, Calif., traveled with his family to Morgan’s Wonderland, an ultra-accessible family fun park designed for children and adults with special needs. Casey, who is unable to walk or speak on his own due to cerebral palsy, was selected second runner-up in a nationwide contest sponsored by PCI Education. Casey was nominated by Jeannine Madden, teacher at Hermosa Valley School, and received nearly 3,500 online votes to win a trip to Morgan’s Wonderland.
Located in San Antonio, Morgan’s Wonderland is a 25-acre park designed for children and adults with special needs, their families, caregivers, and friends. The park is completely wheelchair-accessible, and features more than 25 elements and attractions, including rides, playgrounds, gardens, and an eight-acre fishing lake.