Canyon Area Accessible Features
Wheelchairs are available at the lodge for its guests, and at the visitor center.
Canyon Visitor Education Center
Designated Accessible Parking
Laundry - In Camper Services Building at entrance to campground. Access is from the rear of the building.
Amphitheater - Best access is via paved path from north side of road between the gas station and campground. Park on the shoulder.
Visitor Center - Building is accessible.
Post Office - Building is accessible.
LEARNING ABOUT THE AREA
Films & Exhibits
Area Trail Guide
WHAT TO SEE
This one-way road takes you to four overlooks of the canyon and the waterfalls. The accessible portions of the North Rim Trail take
you to additional views between the overlooks.
Brink of Upper Falls:
A paved path leads you toward the brink, but includes many steps. For another view, continue right at the fork. You will be on a wheelchair-accessible portion of the North Rim Trail, from which you can see the rapids before the falls, and the brink.
Follow this road to views of Upper Falls at Uncle Tom’s Point and of Lower Falls and the canyon at Artist Point. The path to the Upper Falls view may require assistance. The lower overlook of Artist Point is wheelchair accessible
Scenic valley of the Yellowstone River, between Canyon and Fishing Bridge junctions, famous for wildlife watching. No designated parking, but the large pullouts may have enough room to maneuver a wheelchair. Nearest accessible restrooms at Mud Volcano or Canyon areas.
Did You Know?
There were no wolves in Yellowstone in 1994. The wolves that were reintroduced in 1995 and 1996 thrived and there are now over 300 of their descendents living in the Greater Yellowstone Area.