Many of the facilities at Yellowstone National Park are more than a century old and built before the adoption of current accessibility standards; accessibility is not always ideal.
The National Park Service strives to make the park as universally accessible as possible. We are improving accessibility as quickly as possible. However, extra obstacles will be encountered because of the remote, wilderness nature of this special place.
Facilities described as accessible do not necessarily comply fully with federal standards and some accessible facilities are not marked with the international symbol.
The America the Beautiful - the National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass or "Interagency" Access Pass is a free, lifetime admission and discount pass for US citizens or permanent residents with permanent disabilities. The pass admits the pass owner and any accompanying passengers in a private car. The Access Pass replaces the Golden Access Passport, which is still valid, but can be traded in for the new, more durable Access Pass. You can obtain an Access Pass at Yellowstone’s entrance stations, visitor centers, and Visitor Services Office.
Wheelchairs & Mobility
Accessible Features by Park Area
Visual AssistanceVersions of the Official Park Map and Guide are available in large print, audio descriptions, and braille. The park newspaper is available in a braille edition. Some films shown at visitor centers are audio described. Learn More about the Availability of Visual Assistance in Yellowstone...
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