Roaring River Falls
A 0.10-mile (0.16-km), sloped path leads to views of the canyon and a waterfall. The paved trail is wide with a moderate to steep slope (10% running slope, over 2% cross slope). Slope varies from level landings, increasing to 12% and eventually decreasing to a gentle slope of 6%. The trail ends at small, paved landing.
Muir Rock is located at an area called The Road’s End. Here, you’ll find a short path to Muir Rock, located along the Kings River. This large granite boulder is named in honor of the naturalist John Muir. The trail has a hard-packed dirt surface. Nearby, a wilderness permit office has a rudimentary ramp to access the building and inquire about local trails. Cross the street from the office to reach accessible vault restrooms.
Kings Canyon Tactile Model
A tactile, bronze relief model illustrating the topography of Kings Canyon can be found adjacent to the entrance to the amphitheater, near the Cedar Grove Visitor Center. This model is at a reachable height for visitors using wheelchairs, is surrounded by level pavement, and is cane detectable.
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Facilities and Services
Cedar Grove Visitor Center
The historic Cedar Grove Visitor Center has a narrow doorway and interior, and high entry threshold. While it is not accessible by wheelchair, people with limited mobility can access this visitor center. A lowered pay phone is located outside the visitor center.
Campgrounds (open seasonally)
Sites 71A, 74, 103, 105, and 108 are designated accessible. Each features paved and accessible parking, a level tent site, an accessible picnic table, and a raised grill. There are accessible routes from sites to campground facilities, including an accessible restroom.
Sites 10, 11, 12, and 14 are designated accessible. Each includes accessible parking, an extended picnic table, a raised fire ring, a hard-packed surface and tent site, and a paved route to an accessible restroom via the slightly-sloped campground road. Site 14 has parking for a recreational vehicle.
Canyon View Campground
Campsite C is designated accessible in this group campground. Within the accessible site, four of the six tent pads are accessible. The site includes fire rings with accessible grills, extended picnic tables, and a level and firm natural surface. Access routes leading to parking and accessible restrooms follow wide, slightly-sloped gravel paths.
Assistive listening devices are available for amphitheater programs.
Cedar Grove Amphitheater
Located near Cedar Grove Visitor Center, there is a paved, level, and wide path from the parking area to the gently-sloped
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Last updated: August 14, 2023