Accessible Nature Trails: There are accessible nature trails in the Perdido Key, Naval Live Oaks, and Davis Bayou areas. The trail in the Naval Live Oaks Area features tactile exhibits.
Beach Wheelchairs: Available at Johnson Beach at the Perdido Key Area, at Opal Beach in the Santa Rosa Area, and Langdon Beach at the Fort Pickens Area. Ask a ranger or volunteer for information on using a beach wheelchair in these areas.
Fishing Piers: The fishing piers in Florida (Fort Pickens Area) and Mississippi (Davis Bayou Area) are accessible.
Indoor Exhibit Areas: All visitor centers and other indoor exhibit areas are wheelchair accessible. Each exhibit offers braille, audio descriptions, and closed captioning.
Other Facilities & Parking: There is accessible parking located at all facilities and beach access points. All restrooms and picnic pavilions are accessible.
Limited Access: Due to their historic nature, access is limited to historic forts and batteries.
Passes: The Access Pass is a free, lifetime pass available to United States citizens or permanent residents, regardless of age, that have a permanent disability that can be used at over 2,000 Federal recreation sites across the nation, including National Parks, National Wildlife Refuges, and many National Forest lands. Members with an Access pass receive 50 percent off campground reservations at Gulf Islands National Seashore.