• Camarasus skull in the cliff face, rafters on the Green River, McKee Springs petroglyphs

    Dinosaur

    National Monument CO,UT

Accessibility

Quarry Visitor Center
Reserved parking spaces are available with accessible walkways to the visitor center. The facility has accessible restrooms. Listening assistance devices are available for the monument film.

Quarry Exhibit Hall
Visitors with accessibilty needs may drive their personal vehicle to the Quarry Exhibit Hall. Ask at the visitor center information desk for directions. The Exhibit Hall is accessible through a system of ramps. A wheel chair is available to borrow.

Canyon Area Visitor Center
Reserved parking spaces are available with accessible walkways leading to the Canyon Area Visitor Center. The exhibits, bookstore, and restrooms are accessible.

Campground and Picnic Areas
Accessible campsites and restrooms are available at the Green River and Echo Park campgrounds. Most campsites at other campgrounds have accessible picnic tables, but the area is unpaved. Accessible picnic areas are available at the Plug Hat, Canyon Overlook, and Harpers Corner. Most picnic sites at other locations have accessible picnic tables, but the area is unpaved.

Overlooks and Trails
Overlooks along the Harpers Corner Scenic Drive are accessible. The Plug Hat Trail is accessible (places along the trail are near drop-offs with no intervening rims or rails). There are short, paved trails at Iron Springs Overlook and Echo Park Overlook.

Access Pass
U.S. citizens or permanent residents with permanent disabilities may be eligible for the "America the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass - Access Pass." The Access Pass provides access to, and use of, Federal recreation sites that charge an Entrance or Standard Amenity fee. Information on the Access Pass and other federal lands passes is at the America the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass site.

National Parks: Accessible to Everyone National Parks: Accessible to Everyone is the National Park Service's website dedicated to showcasing trails, activities, and other features that are accessible at units of the National Park System nationwide.

 

Service Animals
Service Animals that meet Americans With Disability Act (ADA) guidelines are welcome at all facilities and services within DInosaur National Monument. Please visit the Service Animal page for more information.

Did You Know?

Picture of lone hiker looking across canyon.

Most of Dinosaur National Monument's 210,000 acres is proposed wilderness. With proper planning, a backcountry trip at Dinosaur can be a wonderful experience of solitude and serenity.