The Wilkinson Trail is NOT accessible.
Parking: two spaces available in main parking lot at bottom of ramp. Ramp has a steep incline to visitor center; additional parking is available on Roosevelt Rd.
Entrance: automatic front doors (2 sets) open outwards, ramp and automatic rear door opens outwards
Restrooms: partially accessible indoor restrooms are available in the visitor center - a handicap stall is available, but there is no automatic door. A partially accessible outdoor portable toilet is available in the lower level of the visitor center parking area near the tour road entrance.
Water: water fountains located inside visitor center between restrooms and one located outside off ramp from main parking lot. Water contains sodium in excess of 20 mg/L
Picnic tables: handicap accessible picnic area is accessible from main parking lot, picnic tables are also available behind visitor center
Exhibits: artifacts on display in glass cases, visually and physically available from a wheelchair. Doors from museum area to paved patio are automatic.
Driving Tour Road (Apr.-Nov.)
A 10-mile driving tour road provides access to areas where the critical 1777 events took place. Along the way there are a total of 10 stops, each stop has a parking area and interpretive signage.
Parking: each stop along the tour road has two accessible parking spaces.
Restrooms: partially accessible outdoor portable toilets are available at tour road entrance and stop 2, and a composting toilet is available at tour road stop 7.
Walkways: all tour road stops have paved walkways, several meet ADA grade and slope requirements, but some do not. Some visitors may experience difficulty accessing tour road stops 2, 7, and 8.
Driving Tour Road (Dec.-Apr.)
The tour road is closed to vehicles. NPS staff will plow the tour road for pedestrian use from the parking lot to the "service road," which is a distance of about 1/2 mile; and from the end of the "service road" to "Stop 8," which is a distance of about 2 miles. While the road is plowed, slippery or wintry conditions may still exist and visitors should exercise extreme caution.
Last updated: December 23, 2021