Accessibility Information

Wheelchair accessible cement route along the swimming area of the lake at Lake Livingston State Park. The 0.9-mile Pineywoods Boardwalk Interpretive Trail can be accessed by wheelchairs and offers views of both wetland and woodland habitat. Along the way you can stop at the Frog Pond and at the Wildlife Viewing Area, with a blind that offers views waterfowl, and other birds, and a native pollinator garden (with a monarch butterfly way-station). The trail is flat and considered easy; about 10 feet is over hard-packed gravel and the rest is boardwalk. 

The park’s wooden fishing pier with side railings is wheelchair accessible with a cement route from the parking area and along the lake to the two boat ramps next to the pier. The nearby Interpretive Center, restrooms and some picnic sites are all wheelchair accessible.  

Screened Shelters #1, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 have cement routes, with some small gaps, from the parking area to the site and to the picnic table, which is on a cement pad. Wooden ramps with side railings lead from the site pad to the entrance of the shelter. Some shelters have lake views. The door width on the shelters are a little less than ADA requirements specify.

Group Hall (Activity Center)  has a cement route from the parking area into the facility. The back deck with a lake view is also wheelchair accessible from inside the building. 

The Pavilion in the Pin Oak Campground is considered wheelchair accessible, but you must cross some hard-packed ground, which could be more difficult in wet weather.

Conditions can change 
quicklyContact the park for more information and to ask about the status of particular accessible featuresCall the Reservation Center to reserve an accessible campsite (1-800-389-8900).


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