Assistive Listening Devices
Assistive listening devices are available for loan at both visitor centers for ranger programs and park films. Please ask at the information desks for more information.
Limberlost Trail is a fully-accessible circuit hike that passes through a beautiful section of forest. Since 1996, several organizations have donated labor, equipment, supplies, and funding to help Shenandoah staff make the trail accessible.
Accessible overnight lodging is available at Lewis Mountain, Skyland Resort, and Big Meadows Lodge.
The Park brochure is available in braille at entrance stations and visitor centers. You can also download the brochure in Braille Ready Format (brf).
Picnic Grounds and Campgrounds
Accessible sites are available at all park picnic grounds and campgrounds. Accessible shower and laundry facilities are available at Big Meadows, Lewis Mountain, and Loft Mountain campgrounds. Restrooms at all picnic grounds are accessible, or accessible with assistance.
Many of Shenandoah's ranger-led programs are accessible, as indicated on the ranger program schedule.
Restrooms and Buildings
Most restrooms and buildings are accessible, or accessible with assistance.
In accordance to National Park Service guidance on service animals, dogs are the only animals that can be classified as service animals, and they must perform a specific task that assists a person with a disability. If the service dog meets this criteria, they are legally permitted anywhere that visitors can go. Owners are strongly encouraged to identify their working service dog in order to help prevent unwarranted complaints from other visitors.
Many of our exhibits and visitor centers are available as virtual tours, which can be viewed from anywhere.
Last updated: April 22, 2021