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Whiskeytown National Recreation Area takes pride in being as accessible as possible to as many different people as possible. If you need assistance or have questions about your visit to the park, please email email@example.com.
U.S. citizens or permanent residents who are permanently disabled or blind are eligible for the Interagency Access Pass. This free, lifetime admission pass is valid at National Park Service, Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Reclamation sites. It provides the pass owner and accompanying passengers in a private vehicle free admission to Yosemite National Park. The Access Pass can be obtained at the Whiskeytown Visitor Center. Identification such as a Drivers License and proof of disability required.
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We'd like to share this American Sign Language video about Whiskeytown's invasive plants. Learn more about invasive plant management with Karen, a Deaf biological science technician, who talks about some of the species that the Invasive Plant Crew treats and her experience working as a member of our crew.
YouTube Videos with CaptioningPark interpretive staff have spent dozens of hours creating informational videos about the national recreation area and adding captions to these videos so that visitors with hearing impairment can read them. Check out our videos on Whiskeytown's YouTube channel.
Image Descriptions on Social MediaWhiskeytown's interpretive park rangers provide a short written description of each image posted on Facebook and Instagram in order to enable visitors that are blind to use their screen reader software to then understand what the image depicts. We also provide alternative text for photos on this website so that screen readers can be used successfully.
Requesting a Sign Language InterpretationWhiskeytown contracts with outside ASL interpreters to provide sign language interpretation for visitors to the park. If you plan on attending a ranger-led program during your visit and would like an ASL interpreter, advance notice (at least two weeks) is required. We will make every effort to provide an ASL interpreter, however, last minute requests may be difficult to accommodate due to distance and availability.
Last updated: June 6, 2023