A large print version of the official map and guide is on the Brochures page.
National Park Service areas along the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail, including Arkansas Post National Memorial, Fort Smith National Historic Site, and Pea Ridge National Military Park, generally meet accessibility standards for people with disabilities.
However, because of the varied nature and rural character of the many certified sites making up the Trail of Tears National Historic Trail, it is best that you inquire locally about accessibility when contacting specific sites for visitation information.
Did You Know?
Not all Cherokee people were removed from their homelands to Indian Territory (present-day Oklahoma) on the Trail of Tears. The Oconaluftee Cherokees had treaty rights, and they, along with fugitives fleeing the army, became the Eastern Band of Cherokees, still residing in North Carolina.