Overcoming obstacles is not trivial. We dealt with this yesterday going to the hike and bike trail, that while accessible once you get there, parking and getting to the accessible entrance meant walking in the street and around sidewalk barriers and bumps.
It is way easier to stay at home - but it is worth the effort of getting outside.
Noah is now 18 and has been in Cub Scouts and now Boy Scouts. He has an exception to continue working towards his Eagle rank after 18. (He just earned his Life Rank a few months ago.) Through this, we have been to many Summer Camps that were more or less able to meet his needs. But despite all the sweat and tears, it has been worth it in my opinion. Of course my son would probably say otherwise as he'd rather play Xbox online, but it has been good for him to know that there are physical challenges that can be overcome.