Accessibility Information

A boardwalk bridge at Abilene State ParkA short boardwalk leads to a wildlife viewing platform in the Day Use Area. The 1.5-mile Eagle Trail that leads to the Buffalo Wallow Pond is made of hard surface caliche that can be used by some wheelchairs. 

Yurt #2 has a concrete pathway and patio, that allows wheelchair access to the inside of the Yurt, and an outside picnic table, and raised fire ring that have both been designed to be usable by a person in a wheelchair. Access from the parking area to the concrete pathway is over a caliche surface.

The Group Hall in the Shelter Area is not fully ADA accessible but it has cement routes from the parking area to the facility; there is a slight rise from the parking surface to the start of the routes cement surface; see a 360° view of the access to this facilityThe facility has wide entrance doors and a cement floor with room for a wheelchair to navigate.

The Shelter Area bathroom is fully ADA accessible and wheelchair friendly (with paved sidewalk, ramps, ADA stalls and showers).

The swimming pool has ADA entry options, although the restrooms are not wheelchair-friendly.


Accessibility information for our other parks