Two accessible parking spaces are available in the visitor center parking lot. A paved trail with curb cuts leads to the visitor center from downtown Sitka. Accessible restrooms, a lowered water fountain, and an extended picnic table are available outside the visitor center. Indoor exhibits are barrier-free. Rangers provide information at low desks. The park film is always shown with open captions; ask at the information desk for an assistive listening device. A wheelchair is available for public use. Assistive listening devices are also available for use during ranger-led programs.
Russian Bishop's House
The first floor of the house is wheelchair accessible. Floors are uneven in this historic building and lighting is dim to preserve historic objects. A staircase leads to the second floor. Tablets with a virtual tour are available at the front desk.
The trail is generally six feet wide, relatively flat, and paved with crushed gravel. Weather may cause ice or mud in areas. Trails have no artificial lighting and are considered "day use" only, with posted seasonal hours.
Last updated: November 6, 2021