Great Basin National Park offers a variety of opportunities accessible to people with disabilities. Much can be learned about Great Basin National Park from your vehicle and from the accessible facilities and programs. This wild landscape, rich in natural and cultural history, is a wonderful place to spend the day, a week, or more!
Fees and Accommodations
Camping and Picnicking
Note: Persons using the Upper Lehman Creek Campground restroom access ramp may require assistance, due to its steepness.
All picnic areas provide accessible tables and restrooms.
Seeing the Park
Island Forest Trail
Lehman Caves Tour
Please be advised that wheelchairs are not available at the park. First room tours may not be available on every tour, depending on staffing levels.
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Assisted Listening DevicesAssisted listening devices are available for use with any ranger-led program, including cave walks and evening programs. Talk to a ranger at any visitor center about using one before the start of the program.
Telephone Relay ServicesTo access the telephone relay services, please call 1-800-326-6868. The user will be connected to an interpreter and automated system. The voice number in Nevada to reach an interpreter is 1-800-326-6888.
>Accessibility Brochure (PDF)
For other downloadable brochures about Great Basin National Park, go to our brochures webpage.
Did You Know?
One of the major ecological threats to the sagebrush-dominated Great Basin ecosystem is the introduction and spread of dozens of species of non-native plants. The most important of these, cheatgrass (or downy brome) covers the largest area: 25 million acres, one-third of the area of the Great Basin.