When:  September 15-17, 2017

Where:  Morgan’s Wonderland, San Antonio, TX  www.morganswonderland.com

Why:  So that Rett syndrome families of all ages and all abilities the spectrum can have a destination vacation together, with the safety and familiarity and support of those who understand.  Take the risk to travel!  With some planning, everyone is sure to have a good time.  If your child has a bad day, you’ll be in company who have been there and can lend a helping hand.  Learn from each other, bond, allow our girls, boys and siblings a chance to develop their own lasting friendships.

Travel:  To be arranged and covered by each individual family, including airfare, hotel, meals, entertainment, and car rentals.  There are no shuttles between the hotel and Morgan’s Wonderland though we will do our best to try and find a group solution.

Hotel:  hotel and nightly group rate at the Riverwalk area TBD (families are free to stay at their hotel of choice but it’s better if we are together!)

Registration:  There is no formal registration for this event.  Please join the Rett Getaway Group on Facebook to indicate your attendance, connect with others, share travel tips, group plans, and up-to-the-minute information  

Weekend plan:


  • Arrive and check-in
  • Self-arranged small group dinners at Riverwalk


  • Adventurous fun together at Morgan’s Wonderland http://www.morganswonderland.com/ 
    • Discounted park admission day for Rett syndrome families
    • Admission fees: 
      Diagnosed children (all ages) are free, each additional guest TBD, but will be less than $30 for the day which includes admission to both Morgan’s
      Wonderland AND Morgan’s Inspiration Island (the new all abilities water park –pack for splashing good fun!)
    • Additional activities:  Event Center will be reserved 10am – 3pm for a
      Rettsyndrome.org sponsored group BBQ lunch and leisure networking “downtime”
  • Plan your own group dinners with friends you’ve made and walk around San Antonio’s famed Riverwalk – we’ll put together a list of recommendations


Questions? Please contact Paige Nues at pnues@rettsyndrome.org