Along the Dunes drive, the Interdune Boardwalk is a 600-yard wheelchair-accessible trail that leads to the top of a dune with excellent interpretive plaques that showcase interdunal life. Selected picnic tables and pit toilets along the Dunes Drive are also wheelchair-accessible.
For our full moon nights and other special events that take place in the dunes, an accessibility ramp is provided for visitors with wheelchairs, strollers, walkers, and other wheeled devices.
Accessibility for the Hearing and Visually Impaired
For the hearing impaired, all exhibits are audio described. Visitors can listen to audio stations using Orpheo audio guides, which can be checked out at the information desk. The orientation film is also fully subtitled.
Spanish Speakers and Visitors from Other Countries
We also have literature available in Español, Deutch, Français, Português, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean. If you would like information in any of these translations, please ask at the visitor center desk.
Did You Know?
Most desert animals are nocturnal, coming out to feed only at night when temperatures are cooler. Every animal in the white sands makes tracks on the dunes as it moves, leaving clues to its nocturnal activities.