Please note: some destinations are unavailable because of the Canyon Overlooks and Trails Restoration Project.
Canyon Visitor Education Center, Backcountry Office, & Yellowstone Forever Park Store
The building is wheelchair accessible. Accessible restrooms. Tactile and audio exhibits.
Canyon Lodge & Cabins
Nineteen accessible rooms in Dunraven and Cascade lodges, including three accessible suites. Five accessible Western Cabin units with roll-in showers.
Three accessible sites in Loop L (can be reserved), with an extended picnic table and a raised fire grate. Accessible restrooms are also in Loop L, near the accessible sites. The camper services building is not accessible. Learn More about campgrounds in Yellowstone.
Ice Lake Backcountry Campsite (4D3)
Ice Lake backcountry campsite (4D3) is maintained to accommodate wheelchairs and has an established tent pad, and accessible pit toilet. The trailhead is between Norris and Canyon. The accessible trail is less than one-half mile long. Individuals traveling with a wheelchair may require assistance along the trail and within the campsite. Call 307-344-2160 for more details.
Learning About the Area
Films & Exhibits
The Canyon Visitor Education Center has accessible tactile and audio exhibits, Films are captioned and audio description and assistive listening devices are available for use in the theater.
Offered in the summer and sometimes in the fall. The schedule is in the park newspaper, in the online calendar, and posted around the area. Evening programs are accessible; others as noted.
What to See
Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River
Accessible restrooms at Brink of Lower Falls parking area. Accessible vault toilets at Artist Point. Designated accessible parking on the north and south rims and at all overlooks. The trail guide includes more information about accessibility.
No designated parking, but the large pullouts may have enough room to maneuver a wheelchair. Nearest accessible restrooms are at Mud Volcano or Canyon areas.
Last updated: December 12, 2018