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Accessibility Information

Park headquarters as well as the restrooms in the day-use area, the Turkey Sink camping area, and the Cedar Sage camping area are accessible and have ADA parking.

The Turkey Sink camping loop restroom and showers
The Turkey Sink camping loop restroom and showers
    
The Cedar Sage camping loop restroom and shower
The Cedar Sage camping loop restroom and shower

The restroom in the Wagon Ford Walk-In Tent Area has an entrance ramp.

restrooms in the walk in camping area  The Wagon Ford area restroom

The Discovery Trail is very kid friendly but not suitable for strollers or wheelchairs. The Woodland bird blind has a short, crushed granite path. The Savannah bird blind does not have a crushed granite path, and must be accessed from the Persimmon Path/ Painted Bunting Trail. Visit the trails information page for more details.

While trails and campsites are not ADA accessible at this park, several picnic tables are near the parking lot and restrooms of the day-use area. The day-use area restrooms also have an asphalt ramp to the right of the restrooms near the playground. This path does not go all the way to the riverbank but is recommended for anyone using a mobility device.

This park features a variety of terrain. Expect a steep walk down to the river using trails and stairs. Contact the park for specific details about facilities and sites to best plan your visit.

Virtually visit the park by exploring our 360˚ photos on Google Maps. See 360˚photos of the park’s points of interest on our Trails Information page.

Find accessibility information for our other parks.