The Jimmy Carter National Historic Site is wheelchair accessible. The park has a wheelchair for visitors to use while they are visiting the Plains High School Visitor Center and Museum. The park also provides a motorized scooter and a golf cart located at the Boyhood Farm for visitors to use during their visit. The golf cart can only be used with the assistance of a park ranger during visits to the farm.
The Jimmy Carter National Historic Site has three physically distinct units;Plains High School Visitor Center and Museum, Plains Depot, and the Boyhood Farm. Each of these locations had accessible parking for vehicles displaying appropriate hangtags or license plates.Plains High School Visitor Center and Museum is accessed through a ramp from the back parking lot. The Plains Depot has two levels. The lower level is accessed through the glass door. The upper level is accessed through the wooden ramp on the platform. The buildings at the Boyhood Farm are either accessed by direct entry or by the ramp attached to the building. A paved sidewalk connects all of the buildings at the Boyhood Farm.