The grounds around Hubbell homestead are mostly accessible to wheel chairs, but there are some dirt trails. A ramp to the Hubbell Home will be installed on request during a tour. Please have a member of your party contact the ranger at the Visitor Center desk.
Summer 2015, Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site installed new accessible exhibits in the visitor center. Several of these exhibits have braille and videos are closed captioned. Braille brochures are made available upon request at the front desk.
All visitors are welcome to visit Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site. If you use a service animal please make sure that working animals wears its identification at all times. Please follow all regulations regarding pets/service animals.
Yes, we all have and love our pets and they are a part of our family, but according to 36 CFR all pets are to be on a leash while on park grounds. Pet owners must pick up and dispose of all pet excrement. Pet excrement has an undesirable smell and is unsightly. The smell of pets and their excrement has been shown to alter natural wildlife behavior.
There are some places that regular pets are not allowed: all park buildings, historic grounds, and the trading post.
Last updated: January 21, 2016