Ohanapecosh Accessibility

A shallow turquoise river flows through a rocky ravine, with steep banks covered with evergreen trees.
The Ohanapecosh River running through the campground.

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1 space by visitor center


  • Ohanapecosh Visitor Center: General information, exhibits, guided ranger programs, and a bookstore. Path to the visitor center is paved and level
  • Restrooms:
    • At the Ohanapecosh Visitor Center to the right of main doors
    • Accessible restrooms at campground Loop D
Four picnic tables on packed dirt are surrounded by tall evergreen trees.
Tables at Ohanapecosh Picnic Area, located in campground Loop A

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Picnic Areas:

  • In Ohanapecosh Campground Loop A. 1-2 extended tables on hard packed dirt next to parking area. Grills available, nearest restroom and parking area not accessible

Camping—Ohanapecosh Campground:

  • Sites D014, D020, and D021 are the most accessible, with hard packed dirt parking areas, accessible picnic tables, fire rings, and firm gravel tent pads. Sites are mostly level, with a 2-6 inch (5-15cm) ledge up to tent pad
  • Restroom in Loop D is accessible


  • Hot Springs Nature Trail - A 0.4 mile (0.6km) loop trail beginning at Loop B of the Ohanapecosh Campground. Follow a hard packed, level dirt trail for 0.1 mile (0.16km) to the first hot spring. Trail continues to the right, however it gets steeper and muddier with more rocks and roots. The loop ends at the visitor center.

Things to Do:

  • Go fishing in the Ohanapecosh river.
  • Take the self-guided Hot Springs Nature Trail or join a Ranger-led program.
  • Enjoy the viewpoints at Box Canyon and Backbone Ridge on Stevens Canyon Road.

Area Maps:

A simplified map of the accessible features at Ohanapecosh
A map of the accessible features at Ohanapecosh

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Last updated: September 1, 2023

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