Physical accessibility is currently limited. Exhibit areas at the Zane Grey Museum, Roebling Bridge Tollhouse, and Narrowsburg Information Center are accessible with assistance only. The towpaths across the Roebling Bridge have recently been reconstructed and are wheelchair accessible.
Some of the Zane Grey novels are available in large-print versions.
A state-wide Telecommunications Relay Service is available for people with auditory or speech impairments.
New York: Voice 1-800-421-1220 TT/TDD 1-800-662-1220 Pennsylvania: Voice 1-800-654-5988 TT/TDD 1-800-654-5984
If you have particular needs, or specific questions about facilities, please contact the park in advance of your visit.
Did You Know?
Prolific western author Zane Grey lived in Lackawaxen, Pennsylvania from 1905-1918. He began his writing career relating stories of his experiences fishing along the Upper Delaware River. Lackawaxen always held a special place in his memories, and was chosen as the site of his final resting place.