For our visitors with mobility impairments, there are reserved parking spaces in the parking lots located at our visitor center and Daemonelix Trailhead. The picnic area is accessible with wheelchair friendly tables. The visitor center complex is entirely accessible. In the museum, exhibits are accessibility compliant, being the correct height and width to accommodate wheelchairs.
A wheelchair is available for use on site.
The Fossil Hills Trail, 2.7 miles round-trip, is wheelchair accessible. This trail is a paved 5 foot wide path.
The Daemonelix Trail, one mile round trip, has a stabilized crushed rock surface and is wheelchair accessible on the lower portion of the trail to the two exhibit cases.
An interactive hiker with a touch screen is available for visitors who choose to view information about the trails without going out-of-doors.
Accessibility for the Hearing ImpairedThe orientation film and the interactive hiker are open captioned
All service animals are welcome.
Did You Know?
The name, Agate Fossil Beds National Monument, came from the name of James Cook’s Agate Springs Ranch. Travelers to the ranch would say that they were going to Agate. The agate in the area is of a moss agate type, but is not a reason why the park was established. More...