Sites along El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail, including Fort Jesup State Historic Site, Fort St. Jean Baptiste, Villa Antigua Border Heritage Museum, Republic of the Rio Grande Museum, Nuestro Señora del Espíritu Santo de Zuñiga Mission (Mission Espíritu Santo), McKinney Falls State Park, Mission Tejas State Park, Caddo Mounds State Historic Site Trail Remnants, Casa Navarro State Historic Site, Goliad State Park & Mission Espíritu Santo State Historic Site, San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, Stone Fort Museum, Cane River Creole National Historical Park, and Cane River National Heritage Area generally meet accessibility standards for people with disabilities.
However, because of the varied nature and rural character of the many certified sites and Passport Program stations along this trail, it is best that you inquire locally about accessibility when contacting specific sites for visitation information.
Did You Know?
Long before Spanish entradas (first explorations) into the American Southwest, American Indian trails crossed Mexico, Texas, and Louisiana. Some of these same routes provided access for later traders, soldiers, and immigrants following El Camino Real de los Tejas National Historic Trail.