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Mammoth Vicinity Accessible Features

VISITOR FACILITIES

Wheelchair Rental
Wheelchairs can be rented at the medical clinic for a $300 deposit and $10 per day. Wheelchairs are available for loan at the hotel for its guests, and at the visitor center while in the area.

Albright Visitor Center
Wheelchair access is at the rear of the building. Press the call button marked at the top of the ramp if you need help.

Medical Clinic
Wheelchair access is at the rear of the building;
no wheelchair-accessible restrooms.

Restrooms
Wheelchair-accessible restrooms are left of the service station, in the Terrace Grill and Mammoth Hotel lobby, and on the third floor of the Albright Visitor Center.

Designated Accessible Parking
Visitor Center: Two spaces on the side of the building and two in the rear.
Terrace Grill: Two spaces.
Hotel: Two spaces in front and two in the rear.

Food Service
Terrace Grill: Fast food.
Mammoth Hotel Dining Room: Wheelchair accessible entrance & restrooms in Terrace Grill.

Stores
Hotel: Front entrance accessible; gift shop near front door.
Albright Visitor Center: Bookstore (see above).

Lodging:
Mammoth Hotel: Front entrance accessible; two accessible rooms available.

Campgrounds
Mammoth: Five accessible sites.
Indian Creek (south of Mammoth): One site.

Yellowstone Heritage & Research Center
Located north of the North Entrance in Gardiner, MT, this wheelchair-accessible building houses the park’s research library
and has exhibits about the park’s history.


LEARNING ABOUT THE AREA

Films
Films shown at the Albright Visitor Center are captioned.

Area Trail Guides
Available for 50¢ at the Albright Visitor Center and near the boardwalks. The Mammoth area guide describes the hydrothermal features of Mammoth Hot Springs. The Fort Yellowstone
guide describes the historic area; see below.

Ranger-led Programs
The schedule is in the park newspaper, Yellowstone Today, on the website, and posted around the Mammoth area. Evening programs
at the hotel and campground are wheelchair accessible;
others as noted in the schedule.

Mammoth Hot Spring Terraces - Enjoy the Lower Terraces from boardwalks that are wheelchair-accessible. See map at left and
the area trail guide.

Upper Terrace Drive also offers wheelchair accessible viewing. Enter the drive and proceed a short distance to the designated parking area on the left; the boardwalk begins on the right.

Continue 0.7 miles (1.1 km) around the drive to Orange Spring Mound, which has wheelchair accessible parking and a short boardwalk to an exhibit.

Fort Yellowstone - Enjoy a self-guiding tour of this historic site at
Mammoth Hot Springs, which dates from the time of U.S. Army management (1886–1918).

Forces of the Northern Range
This short boardwalk has exhibits explaining how volcanos, glaciers, and fire shaped the landscape east of Mammoth Hot Springs.

Exhibits also identify some of the area’s plants and animals. Eight miles (12.9 km) east on the road to Tower-Roosevelt. No restroom.

Did You Know?

Bear Cubs

Even though the animals of Yellowstone seem tame they are still wild. Feeding the animals is not permitted in any way, and all visitors must keep 100 yards away from wolves and bears, and 25 yards from other animals.