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Accessibility Information

A wheelchair accessible air conditioned cabin at Brazos Bend State ParkThe interpretive trail, Visitor Center and exhibits, the amphitheater, and the trail to the fishing pier are wheelchair accessible.

The Creekfield Lake Nature Trail is fully paved and takes you on a .5-mile loop of an outstanding wetland area. Look for a series of interpretive panels with tactile bronzes of wetland wildlife along the trail, and an accessible boardwalk and observation deck for wildlife viewing, rest areas with shaded benches, and an audio-described tour (available for checkout from the park headquarters).

The "Habitats and Niches" exhibit includes an unusual "hands-on" alligator discovery area, a tactile model of the park, and an open-captioned orientation video for people with hearing impairments.

The group pavilions, in the Elm Lake and Hale Lake areas, have paved wheelchair access from the parking area. 

The Cabin has a paved pathway from the parking area, and its outside picnic table is designed for a wheelchair to access.

Campsites with electricity 100, 102, 103, 138, and 140, in Burr Oak Camping Area, and 201, 203, 231, 233, 234, in Red Buckeye Camping Area, have picnic tables designed to accommodate a wheelchair, and a cement trail from the parking area, around the site, and near the fire ring. 

Screened Shelters 1 and 13 have picnic tables designed to accommodate a wheelchair, and a cement trail from the parking area to the front of the cabin, and near the fire ring. 


Accessibility information for our other parks