Service animals are allowed in national parks. For a definition of a service animal, please see the Americans with Disability Act (ADA) definition.
Nature Center and Planetarium: Fully wheelchair accessible. Persons with wheelchairs or with mobility concerns can use an outside accessible ramp to reach the planetarium or lower level of the Nature Center.
Peirce Mill: The lower two levels of are wheelchair accessible (separate entrances). The third and fourth floor are of Peirce Mill are only attainable by ascending steep stairs. Staff will provide a description of equipment found on the upper levels for any visitors unable to reach it.
Old Stone House: The first floor of the and a portion of the the garden are wheelchair accessible. The upper floors are reached by narrow winding stairs. Staff will provide a photo tour of the upper floors for any visitors unable to reach it.
Meridian Hill Park: The northern portion of is wheelchair accessible. Due to its historic architecture, the south end of Meridian hill park is not wheelchair accessible.
Georgetown Waterfront Park: This park has many wheelchair-accessible features, including a fountain, a labyrinth, wide paths, and large spaces next to benches for people to gather.
The Edge of the Woods Trail is located next to the Nature Center. This 1/4 mile paved loop is fully accessible.
Assistive listening devices are available by request for Ranger led program with three days of advance notice.
Last updated: March 22, 2017