• Whiskeytown Lake from the Davis Gulch Trail

    Whiskeytown

    National Recreation Area California

Accessibility

The visitor center, park headquarters, and park restrooms are accessible, along with parts of some trails. Stop by the visitor center for more information, or click here for a printable handout on accessible facilities in the park.

 
Accessible fishing pier at Oak Bottom.

Accessible fishing pier at Oak Bottom. A similar pier is located at Whiskey Creek boat launch and picnic area.

NPS photo

The park also features two new handicapped accessible fishing piers at Whiskey Creek and Oak Bottom. These facilities are open year-round.

 
Accessible picnic site at Oak Bottom.

Accessible picnic site at Oak Bottom.

NPS Photo

In addition, two handicapped accessible picnic sites are available at Oak Bottom and Brandy Creek beaches, with boardwalk access pathways leading into the water. The picnic sites are open year-round, but with lowered water levels, the boardwalks to the water are not available.
 
Accessible swim ramp at Brandy Creek beach.
Accessible swim boardwalk at Brandy Creek Beach. A similar boardwalk is available at Oak Bottom beach. The boardwalks are not available during the winter months.
NPS photo

Did You Know?

Tailed Frog edit

The tailed frog (Ascahphus truel) tadpoles have 10 - 16 rows of teeth? These teeth help tadpoles stick to rocks in the fast moving streams that they live in.