Accessibility Information

The wheelchair-accessible Visitor Center Complex at LBJ State Park

The Visitor Center Complex, which includes the park headquarters, Exhibit Hall, indoor auditorium/theater, gift shop, restrooms and the nearby amphitheater, is wheelchair-accessible. It has multiple cement routes from the parking area (see a 360° view of this area.)

The Sauer-Beckmann Farmstead is a living history farm, presented as it was in 1918. The parking area and entrance to the farm are wheelchair-accessible. Due to the historic nature of the farmstead, it has no cement pathways, only hard-packed ground and paths with a caliche surface. Many wheelchairs can negotiate these pathways, though it's more difficult if the ground is very wet. The historic building entrances are not wheelchair-accessible.

The Group Hall with a Kitchen has a wheelchair-accessible cement path from the parking area to the hall's interior. The inside is not fully wheelchair-accessible.

Directly across the Pedernales River from LBJ State Park is the LBJ Ranch, which is part of LBJ National Historical Park; check accessibility information for the Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park.

Conditions can change quickly. Contact the park for more information and to ask about the status of particular accessible features


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