The monument visitor center, restrooms, and picnic area are accessible. We hope the information provided below will help you plan your visit.
- Handicapped parking spaces for standard-size vehicles
- Oversize parking spaces accommodate campers, buses, and large RV's
- Wheelchair accessible
- Automatic front entrance and restroom doors
- Accessible restrooms
- Captioned video programs
- Assistive listening devices
- Touch fossils
- Fossil rubbing table
- Parking area suitable for trailers and RV's
- Wheelchair accessible boardwalk, vault toilet, and covered picnic table
- The surface of park trails is generally compacted soil. Slopes vary from level to 20 percent grade. Be prepared for uneven rough surfaces including rock steps and water bars.
- Vault toilets at each trailhead are wheelchair accessible.
- 7.5 miles long (3.5 miles paved, 4 miles gravel)
- The gravel road to the top of Cundick Ridge is narrow and steep.
- Visitors driving large RVs or pulling trailers are encouraged to turn around at the picnic area.
- Allow 30 minutes to an hour to complete.
- The visitor center is accessible to service animals that meet the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) guidelines. Service animals must be leashed.
- Dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do not qualify as service animals under the ADA.
- For the definition of a service animal please visit the Department of Justice ADA webpage.
- Interagency Access Passes are available at the visitor center for U.S. citizens medically determined to have a permanent disability that severely limits one or more major life activities.
- To acquire a pass, visitors must present proof of residency and documentation of permanent disability.
- The Access Pass is free and has the same benefits as the Annual Pass (free entry to parks) along with accessibility discounts when applicable.
- More information on the Access Pass