An estimated 1.7 million people with disabilities enjoy hunting and shooting sports in the United States every year, and with turkey season opening in April, many wheelchair users will be out in the wilderness taking pleasure in nature. However, with the inherent obstacles facing disabled hunters, it can be helpful to find professionals specializing in accessible hunting. This year, consider taking a trip to the scenic little town of Summit, SD and visiting Redlin Farms. Redlin Farms has nearly 4,000 acres of farmland teeming with wildlife. Hunting trips involve many types of game, including turkey, buffalo, and deer. Summer fishing and ice fishing are also available. The Redlin Farms facilities include private rooms, bunk house-type quarters, or bed and breakfast accommodations. In addition to lodging, Redlin Farms also provides meals and refreshments, game cleaning services, gun rental, sporting clays, bait, tackle and boats, hot tubs, a game room with pool and cards, and much more! Most importantly, though, their facilities and outings are wheelchair accessible.