The park Visitor Center is wheelchair accessibility. The park also has a wheelchair to loan out to visitors for use during their visit to the park. The park's earth lodge has a long low clearence entrance and is not accessible to most wheelchairs. The most visited mounds in the park you can access by automoblie however to get to the top you must climb about 80 steps to reach to the top.
We have a 17 minute orientation film which has closed caption for deaf/hearing loss visitors.
Only Service Dogs are permitted to be in the Visitor Center.
Did You Know?
This railroad tunnel was built shortly after the Civil War. It has been used for more than 135 years and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The park road for Ocmulgee National Monument passes under this bridge into a wetlands area below the piedmont.