The Visitor Center and Headquarters buildings are wheelchair accessible. Service animals are welcome in all of our park buildings and on the grounds. The park website offers virtual tours of the visitor center exhibits and Cedar Creek Battlefield.

Contact our key partners to find out about accessibility of their sites and facilities.


Getting There & Around

An automobile is needed to get to Cedar Creek and Belle Grove National Historic Site from out of town. When you arrive, get a free park map and guide from the National Park Service Visitor Center in Middletown.


All parking lots have spaces reserved for vehicles which are properly marked with a disability parking permit, such as a license plate or government-issued hang-tag.


The historic nature of the site may make visiting difficult for people with disabilities. If you plan to tour the historic buildings, it is advised to bring someone to assist you.

Service Animals

Service animals, such as seeing-eye dogs, are allowed in buildings while performing their work.


Mobile App

The NPS App has accessible features for visitors of all abilities.

Visitors With Mobility Impairments

Hard-surfaced walkways and ramps lead to both the NPS Visitor Center and headquarters buildings.

Visitors With Hearing Impairments

The 18-minute film shown with the animated battlefield map at the Visitor Center is captioned.

Requests for information may also be e-mailed or faxed to (319) 643-7864.

Visitors With Sight Impairments

Visitors may get a Braille transcript of the park map and guide from the Visitor Center.


Visitor Center

The Visitor Center and its restrooms are wheelchair accessible.

Last updated: July 11, 2022

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P.O. Box 700
Middletown , VA 22645



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