No one plans on it, but we can become a Person with a Disability (PwD) at some point in our lives, temporarily or permanently, which impacts our ability to walk independently. Whether weary and tired mid-stroll or a sudden injury may befall unexpectedly, these reasons should not be a hindrance on your travel plans or daily lifestyle while in San Francisco.

Whether you’re a tourist or a local, the use of adaptive equipment provides freedom and access that otherwise would be denied. Fortunately, Cloud of Goods is here for all your mobility gear rental needs!

Cloud of Goods to the rescue!

What we care about most is your experience in this iconic west-coast city, and here's our proof

We offer on-demand rentals of wheelchairs, walkers, scooters, and other mobility equipment when you need it most.

A seamless process of rental reservation ensures that you are continuously afforded access to your environment.

We are open on weekends (yes, even on Sundays & holidays!).

The first to open and the last to close, we are available for you 24/7.

We boast a promise to deliver within two hours or less (lightning fast!).

We are local. Our bubbly and responsible staff is here to assist you so you can return to enjoying your vacation.

Cloud of Goods would be honored to help with all your mobility equipment rental needs & deliver anywhere in San Francisco including hotels & San Francisco International Airport. Rent online or call us today!

Now that your rental reservation is placed, what’s next? We can help you get started on planning your trip! See below for San Francisco accessibility information and insider tips to maximize your vacation in San Francisco.

Accessible city, SF is

What makes San Francisco so great is its culture of inclusion regardless of physical ability. Hence, it is no surprise that SF receives an Excellent rating in the Accessibility Score Metric. This city sure knows how to take care of its citizens & visitors!

Public transportation networks and stellar accommodations available at tourist attractions play an integral role in welcoming tourists from around the world.

Ample accessible attractions including hotels, museums, restaurants, & tours available for PwD’s in San Francisco.

Trains (Amtrak, BART, MUNI transports), most trolleys, buses and taxis provide convenience for wheelchair users. Click here for more information.

Also, San Francisco is a rollable city through many popular attractions (with hills as added cardio exercise if you’re up for an adventure).

The highest metric for walkability are in Chinatown and the Financial/Downtown districts, in case you’re trying to reach your daily 10,000-steps quota.

With an average of 150,412 visitors each day, 18.01 million tourists in 2014, there are many sites for travelers to see in this beautiful City by the Bay no matter one’s disposition. Read on for our suggestions!

Accessibility attractions galore

SF offers exclusive access for wheelchair users of all mobility levels. Here are a few out of many that offer VIP treatment for those sitting regal on steel thrones

Golden Gate Bridge: This grand piece of architecture painted International Orange connects SF to the northern counties of California is flanked by Golden Gate National Parks. It offers easy access down the entire stretch so all visitors can enjoy the many exhibits and on-site centers. A scenic drive to Kirby Cove or Hawk Hill

Fisherman’s Wharf: Home to Pier 39, an abundance of shops, restaurants, lounging sea lions, a carousel, a set of musical stairs, etc. is brimming with attractions for all ages and interests.

Alcatraz: America’s #1 tourist destination and former federal penitentiary, Alcatraz, has a SEAT (Sustainable Easy Access Transport) electric shuttle. This service is reserved for visitors with a physical disability or a health condition who are unable to make the equivalent of a 13-story climb from the dock to the prison at the top (¼ mi [.4 km]; elevation change of 130 ft [40 m]).

SF Museum of Modern Arts (SFMOMA): After a 3-year transformation to add a 10-story expansion designed by international architecture firm, Snøhetta, this museum nearly tripled its gallery space and reopened its doors on May 14, 2016. Guests age 18 and younger can enjoy free admission while 45,000 square feet is available as public space for all. This is truly a community-oriented landmark for everyone to appreciate.

Pier 33: Alcatraz Landing at Pier 33 also has accessible parking with a permanent or temporary disabled placard shown. A drop-off zone is another option for visitors who need to arrive on the island by car.

NOTE: Wheelchairs rentals are not available fat Pier 33 or on the Alcatraz, so reserve your equipment with Cloud of Goods before your tour!

de Young Arts Museum: Equally as impressive is this museum founded in 1895. Galleries here are dedicated to American art, African art, Oceanic art, and other permanent and visiting collections. Aside from housing stellar exhibits, their delectable cafe offers a full spread of culinary treats for breakfast, lunch, dinner and snacks in between overlooking the Barbro Osher Sculpture Garden.

Both SFMOMA and de Young Arts Museums are committed to being accessible to all visitors who should have no trouble navigating their way around the various exhibits and areas of the museum.


Let our customers share why you should give Cloud of Goods a try!

Thank you so much for the wheelchair rental! The delivery and pick up was perfect and your service was awesome!! Our trip was so easy thanks to you!

-Emily Greene

Thank you to Stacey and amazing service provided by Cloud of Goods on our recent family trip to SF for my brother's wedding! We were able to take our Mom everywhere with the walker and chair you provided. What a brilliant company and with great service, takes so much stress out of travelling! THANK YOU GUYS!

-Leigh Devine

You saved the day when we were in SF recently for my son's graduation from USF. My mom can't walk long distances so we realized that a wheelchair would be useful and Cloud of Goods came to the rescue. Totally affordable and we had the wheelchair very quickly. It was brand new and worked wonderfully. You guys were super helpful explaining how it folded and functioned. Thanks so much!!

-Melanie Schikore

It was so simple! I called and requested a simple Britax stroller while my family and I were on a six hour drive to our vacation destination. The stroller was delivered that evening, was an excellent condition, and five days later, picked up. The price was fair and we saved so much needed space in the car by leaving our own stroller at home. Highly recommend!

-Melissa Schulte

Recently required a wheel chair while on holidays in San Francisco. I was fortunately put in touch with the group at Cloud of Goods who were an absolute delight to deal with. Our chair was delivered in hours to our hotel and to our surprise was new. To say we were greatful would be an understatement, we wish you all the very best for the future.

-Tony Edwards