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Tower-Roosevelt Accessible Features

VISITOR FACILITIES

Many visitor facilities are in the Roosevelt Lodge. The wheelchair-accessible entrance is on the left side of the lodge, across the patio.

Restrooms
Roosevelt:
Lodge, service station, parking area near service station.

Tower Fall: Next to the general store.

Designated Accessible Parking
Roosevelt: In front of lodge and general store.
Tower Fall: In front of general store.

Food Service
Roosevelt Lodge: Dining room.

Stores
Roosevelt: Lodge gift shop, general store.
Tower Fall: General store.

Lodging
Roosevelt Lodge: Two accessible cabins.

Picnic Area
Soda Butte Creek (21 miles/34 km east of Tower Junction): One accessible table.

Campgrounds
Tower Campground (3.5 miles/5.6 km south):
No accessible sites.
Slough Creek Campground (5.5 miles/8.8 km
east): No accessible sites.
LEARNING ABOUT THE AREA

Ranger-led Programs
The nearest visitor centers, with exhibits and ranger-led programs, are the Canyon Visitor Education Center (19 miles/31 km south) and the Albright Visitor Center at Mammoth (18 miles/29 km west). Interpretive park rangers rove the Tower-Roosevelt area, primarily to talk with visitors at “wildlife jams.”

What to see

Tower Fall
Trail to overlook of this 132-foot waterfall is paved, but steep. Wheelchair users may require assistance.

Mount Washburn & Dunraven Pass
The Grand Loop Road crosses Dunraven Pass south of Tower Junction. The north approach is prime wildlife watching, with several large pullouts. Use caution; assistance may be required. The south flanks of the mountain include an overlook and exhibit at Washburn
Hot Springs.

Lamar Valley
This scenic valley east of Tower Junction is famous for wildlife watching. Several pullouts may have enough room to maneuver a wheelchair. Accessible restroom at the start of Slough Creek Road and at the horse trailhead.

Did You Know?

Yellowstone Wolf.

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.