Accessibility Information

The wheelchair accessible fishing pier at Lake Mineral Wells State Park. The fishing pier with side railings, located behind the park store in the day use swimming and boat ramp area, is wheelchair accessible.

The park’s amphitheater has a wheelchair accessible route from the parking area into the amphitheater and there are wheelchair accessible restrooms near the parking area. 

Campsites 48 and 54 in the Live Oak Camping Area, Campsite 86 in the Plateau Camping Area, and Campsite 11 with water in the Post Oak Camping Area, are all wheelchair accessible with cement routes from the parking pad to the picnic table which is also on a cement pad; site 11 and 54 are near a wheelchair accessible restroom, and site 86 and 54 are near a wheelchair accessible bathroom with showers. 

Screened Shelter #4 is not fully wheelchair accessible but it has a cement route from the parking area to the door of the shelter.

The Group Hall with a Kitchen in the Screened Shelter Area is wheelchair accessible, with a cement route from the parking area.

The 20-mile Trailway joins the cities of Mineral Wells and Weatherford with the state park. Built on an abandoned rail-line, the Trailway offers gentle grades. Look for trailheads near Weatherford, in the community of Garner, at the state park, and in downtown Mineral Wells. All four trailheads offer paved parking, drinking water and ADA-accessible restrooms. A two-mile asphalt stretch runs through the downtown Mineral Wells portion of the Trailway. The remaining 18 miles has a crushed limestone surface that is suitable for wheelchairs. The Trailway's 16 bridges have safety railings and approaches.

Conditions can change quickly. Contact 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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