President William Jefferson Clinton Birthplace Home National Historic Site welcomes all visitors with open arms and wants to ensure that every visitor has the best and safest experience. While you're visiting, here are a few safety tips to keep in mind.
- Currently our primary parking is on Division Street. Please make sure you take precautions while crossing. Accessible parking is available in a small parking area at the corner of Pine Street and 2nd Street.
- Both the visitor center and the birthplace home are historic buildings, please use caution while walking up stairs. There is no running in either building, however the comfort station has running water and water fountain.
- In July/August the temperature can exceed 100 degrees daily. Please plan to make sure pets are safely cared for. Only clearly marked guide animals are allowed inside the visitor center and birthplace home.
Park Rangers are available to assist in case of an emergency. We 'Hope' that you keep these in mind and have the most enjoyable visit.
To assist you in making the most of your travel plans, please consider using our NPS Trip Planning Guide, found here: