San Angelo State Park


Accessibility Information

Many areas of the park are not accessible or wheelchair friendly. While none of the overnight sites are ADA accessible, some campsites, cabins, playgrounds and day-use areas are on mostly level, flat ground with parking nearby. Please keep in mind that terrain can vary based on weather and other factors. Contact the park for details about specific sites and current conditions.

We have an all-terrain wheelchair for use in the park; email us to reserve the chair for your visit. 

San Angelo State Park is a great park for a driving tour. The longhorn and bison herds are often visible from the road. See the lake and watch for wildlife like deer, jackrabbits, and some of the 350 species of birds that have been sighted in the park.

A road winds up a hill at San Angelo State Park under a bright blue sky

Visit the park virtually by exploring our 360° photos. For more information about trails and the park’s points of interest, visit the trails information pages for the North Unit and South Unit.

Conditions can change quickly. Contact the park for more information and to ask about the status of particular accessible features. Call the Reservation Center to reserve an accessible campsite (1-512-389-8900).

Find accessibility information for our other parks.