Please be aware that pets are not allowed in this Visitor Center, unless they are Service Animals.
The National Park Service recently issued a policy memorandum regarding the use of service animals by persons with disabilities in national parks. The revised policy aligns the National Park Service policy with the standards established by the Department of Justice and the Americans with Disabilities Act. Dogs are the only animal classified as service animalsand they must perform a specific task that assists a person with a disability. Emotional support or comfort animals are not service animals.
Many other national parks allow pets in designated areas such as trails, campgrounds, and other public areas. It’s always best to check with the park you plan to visit to learn where pets are and are not allowed.
Last updated: October 31, 2018