Mobility Scooters for Parks

Study after study promotes the positive effects that nature has on psychological health. Having a heavy duty mobility scooter to explore these parks—local and national—will translate into a happier, more productive lifestyle.

Mobility scooters for parks empower the disabled and elderly with the ability to explore the great outdoors.

This article recommends three disability scooters for parks, such as the Drive Medical Panther Heavy Duty Scooter, the AFIKIM Afiscooter S4 Mobility Scooter 4-Wheel and the King Cobra PGV Executive 4-Wheel Mobility Scooter.

As the National Recreation and Park Association provides, “use of green spaces is associated with decreased health complaints, improved blood pressure and cholesterol levels, reduced stress, improved general health perceptions and a greater ability to face problems.”

The Best Heavy Duty Disability Scooters to Explore Public Parks

Historically, the human being was designed to be immersed in nature. As society progressed, human interaction with nature has decreased.

For instance, physician-diagnosed depression was over 30 percent higher for residents that reside in areas that have the least amount of parks versus the neighborhoods with the most.

This tells us that positive mental health is impacted by time spent in nature. Mobility Scooters Direct encourages our customers to explore the great outdoors during free time.

However, not all mobility scooters are equipped to handle traveling in public parks.

The Panther is the first recommended mobility scooter for traveling for usage in a public park. This heavy duty mobility scooter was designed to acclimate well to outdoor conditions.

The Panther has an 800W 4500 RPM motor that reaches maximum speeds of 8 miles per hour. When using the quality mobility scooter in the outdoors, the driver can quickly navigate, even if the terrain is unkept.

This long distance disability scooter covers up to 25 miles per complete charge as it is equipped with a sealed lead acid 12V 50AH battery. During a lengthy trip, with a 7.5” incline rating and a 4” ground clearance, the Panther will take the driver where most mobility scooters cannot go.

The weight capacity on the Panther is 425 lbs., which is more than enough to support our obese customers who are interested in exploring parks without impediments.

The Panther comes equipped with hazard lights, turning indicators, bright LED lighting, dual rear mirrors and reflectors that best equips the driver with outdoor traveling.

The affordable mobility scooter for parks is listed for $2,999, which reflects a discount of 35 percent from the manufacturer’s suggested retail price.

The Panther can also be purchased using simple financing options. Our simple financing options allow our customer to buy the cheap mobility scooter over the course of several months rather than pay for the product all at once. Simple financing options for the Panther start at $264 a month for 12 months at a 10 percent annual percentage rate.

A second quality mobility scooter, the Afiscooter S4, is designed for travel in a variety of terrains and places, including public parks.

The Afiscooter S4 has an adjustable delta tiller to accommodate both short and tall drivers. The seating arrangement, a captain chair, provides immense comfort while keeping the driver secure in his or her travels.

After following a pathway, some parks offer an amazing view. The captain chair on the Afiscooter S4 can recline to enjoy the beautiful sights.

Using rear-wheel drive, the mobility scooter for traveling reaches maximum speeds of nearly 8 mph. This long distance mobility scooter can cover 28 miles per full charge.

The maximum incline rating for the Afiscooter S4 is 11.3”. The ground clearance is 5”.

Purchase this affordable mobility scooter on a 20 percent discount from the MSRP, as it is listed for $5,389. For simple financing options, the Afiscooter S4 starts at $474 a month for 12 months at a 10 percent annual percentage rate.

The King Cobra PGV Executive is a third recommended mobility scooter for parks.

King Cobra PGV Executive 4-Wheel Mobility Scooter

The 4 wheel mobility scooter comes equipped with a weather cover that encases the driver from inclement weather conditions. Having the weather cover means that the driver can enjoy the great outdoors, even if the weather takes a turn for the worst.

While being protected with a weather cover, the driver will be in total comfort with a sports style captain seat. Both are great as they offer luxury and performance in one product.

The King Cobra PGV Executive has a 24V 1300W 5200 RPM motor and reaches maximum speeds of 10 mph. The long distance scooter for the handicapped can cover 35 miles per complete charge, as it is equipped with 12V 75AH batteries.

The grade climbable for the King Cobra PGV Executive is 8° while the ground clearance is 4”.

Our customers will save 30 percent from the MSRP with this cheap disability scooter. The King Cobra PGV Executive is currently listed for $5,999.

The luxury mobility scooter can also be purchased using simple financing options, which start at $528 a month for 12 months at a 10 percent annual percentage rate.

Buy a Mobility Scooter for Parks

People who explore the outdoors receive health benefits that significantly improve their lifestyle.

This article recommended three quality mobility scooters for parks—the Panther, the Afiscooter S4 and the King Cobra PGV Executive—that help people with disabilities and seniors explore these areas.

To learn more about these products or if you have additional questions, we recommend calling our nationwide mobility scooter company.

Our number: (877) 721-7748.

Our skilled technicians can provide a wealth of knowledge to assist customers with a wide range of questions. Mobility Scooters Direct is open from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST on weekdays. On weekends, our nationwide mobility scooter company is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. EST.

Our technicians are looking forward to assisting our customers who are seeking to explore nature.

““Everybody needs beauty as well as bread places to play in and pray in,” wilderness preservation pioneer John Muir said, “where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul alike.”