For People with Mobility Impairments:
- The following visitor facilities are fully accessible to wheelchair users: visitor center; outdoor amphitheater; first floor, staff floor and basement Lemon House; Engine House No. Six Exhibit Shelter; park’s picnic area (near Cresson exit).
- Accessible restrooms are located in the visitor center; the basement of the Lemon House; the picnic area, and the Staple Bend Tunnel Unit (accessible pit toilet).
- Accessible drinking fountains (for children and wheelchair users) are located at the visitor center, Lemon House, and the picnic area.
- A wheelchair is available for loan at the visitor center, free of charge. In good weather, an electric scooter may also be available (safety brief required). With advance notice, a 5 seat golf cart may be available to assist mobility impaired visitors to more easily visit the Lemon House and Engine House No. 6 Exhibit Shelter. There is also a working elevator at the Lemon House available to wheelchair users.
- The following trails and walkways are paved: Several paved trails near the picnic area; the park’s recycled plastic lumber boardwalk meets gradient standards and has bench seats.
- The Staple Bend Tunnel trail (4 mile round trip) of crushed limestone dust meets gradient standards for wheelchair users.
For People with Hearing Impairments:
- There are no accommodations for hearing impaired visitors, including at the outdoor amphitheater events, unless prior arrangements have been made with the park.
- The park film is captioned, with captions visible during every film showing.
For People with Sight Impairments:
- There are a few tactile exhibits at the Lemon House.
- Lemon House reproduction furnishings and tools for ranger programs are used to enhance experiences for visually impaired visitors.
- There is one audio exhibit at the Engine House No. Six Exhibit Shelter.