Plan Your Visit

The National Park Service is committed to ensuring that people with disabilities have equal opportunity to benefit from our facilities, programs, services, employment and activities whether they are indoors or outdoors. Discover accessible features in parks and learn more about what we do to provide accessibility across the National Park System.

Reasonable Modifications

If you or someone you're traveling with needs assistance related to a disability or has questions about how a park can provide reasonable modifications, please contact the park you will be traveling to ahead of time. Use the map above to link to contact information on the individual park website. Examples of reasonable accommodations include; requesting sign language interpreters, reserving accessible campsites, and identifying accessible transportation options.

Last updated: March 25, 2021