Kittatinny Point Visitor Center
Accessible parking, information, picnic terrace to view the river, restrooms.
Dingmans Falls Visitor Center
Accessible parking, information, and restrooms (outdoor toilets only for all).
A boat loading ramp is available at Smithfield Beach for the mobility-impaired. The ramp provides access to trailer-mounted boats. Assistance is then needed to lower the boat into the water.
Group and River Camping
Valley View PA Site 1 (group campsite) is accessible.
A pier at Loch Lomond Picnic Area is accessible to the mobility-impaired.
Accessible parking may be found at Resort Point, Point of Gap, and Arrow Island, all of which are scenic overlooks located along Route 611.
Accessible parking, restrooms, and picnic sites may be found at George W. Childs Park, Milford Beach, Toms Creek, Smithfield Beach, Hialeah Picnic Area, Watergate Recreation Site, and Kittatinny Point.
Group Picnic Site
There is a reservable Group Picnic Area at Milford Beach.
Accessible parking, restrooms, and bathhouses may be found at Milford and Smithfield Beaches. Assistance is needed to the swimming area or launch areas at these sites.
Dingmans Creek Trail
The Dingmans Falls Trail is a flat boardwalk to the base of the falls, about 1/2 mile long, that is accessible to strollers and wheelchair users.
George W. Childs Park Trail
The George W. Childs Park Trail is accessible for approximately 1/3 mile. From the parking lot, through the picnic area, and to the first waterfall viewing platform.
McDade Recreational Trail
Portions of McDade Trail are accessible to the mobility-impaired.
Pocono Environmental Education Center
Pocono Environmental Education Center (PEEC) has a 1/4 mile rope-lined sensory trail which can be used by anyone. Sighted hikers can ask for a blindfold at PEEC's visitor center.
The Trail for Everyone is ADA accessible, 0.3 miles, and begins on PEEC's lower campus. It encompasses field, forest, and pond ecosystems.
Millbrook Village has accessible restrooms, and the road through the village is flat. However, most of the buildings are not accessible due to the narrow doorways in historic structures.
Peters Valley (Bevans Village)
At Peters Valley School of Craft, the first floor of the Gallery & Store is accessible, as are the restrooms across the street.
Nelden-Roberts Stonehouse and Foster-Armstrong House
These two buildings were first built in 1790 and 1820, respectfully. They are historic and were built before current accessibility standards were set.
Nelden-Roberts Stonehouse is partially accessible to the first floor, possibly with assistance.
Foster-Armstrong House has a narrow doorway, and may be partially accessible with assistance. There is a ramp leading to the porch to enjoy craft demonstrations when ongoing.
Download wayside exhibits that have been audio described, so you may enjoy them as you travel. Please download these audio files before you begin your trip, since cell phone service and internet access can be limited in many locations.