Madison Information Station
The building is located downhill approximately 250 feet (76 m) from the parking area. Wheelchair users may require assistance to the center and the amphitheater.
Designated Accessible Parking
Designated accessible parking spaces at the walkway leading to the information station and in front of the restrooms and picnic area.
Fishing Ramp & Platform
At the Mount Haynes Overlook, approximately 3.5 miles (5.6 km) west of Madison Junction. A level boardwalk leads to the Madison River.
Three accessible sites (can be reserved), with an extended picnic table and a raised fire grate. The closest accessible shower is at Old Faithful Inn (16 miles / 26 km south). Visitors using wheelchairs may require assistance using some of the trails leading from the campground to the river. Learn more about campgrounds in Yellowstone.
West Yellowstone Visitor Information Center
Located 14 miles (23 km) west of Madison Junction, in the town of West Yellowstone, MT. Wheelchair-accessible entrance and restrooms.
Learning About the Area
Offered in summer. The schedule is in the park newspaper, in the online calendar, and posted around the Madison and West Yellowstone areas.
What to See
Madison River Junction (Gibbon and Firehole Rivers)
Views of the river junction from several large, accessible pullouts on the West Entrance Road.
National Park Mountain
Wheelchair-accessible views along the West Entrance Road. Exhibits at the Madison Information Station explain the origin of the mountain’s name; wheelchair users may require assistance.
Firehole Canyon Drive
Approximately one mile (1.6 km) south of Madison Junction, this one-way drive descends between two lava flows to the Firehole River. Firehole Cascade is at the far end of the drive.
Two Ribbons Trail
Accessible exhibits on a boardwalk along the Madison River.
Accessible boardwalk. A steep grade exists in the middle of the loop; wheelchair users may require assistance.
Accessibility in the Canyon Area
Learn about the accessible opportunities and options around Canyon Village and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone River.
Accessibility in the Lake Area
Learn about the accessibility options in the Lake area.
Peruse information about accessibility in Yellowstone's major areas.
Accessibility in the Old Faithful Area
Learn about the accessibility options in and around the Old Faithful area.
Accessibility in Tower–Roosevelt Area
Learn about accessibility options in the Tower–Roosevelt area.
Accessibility in the West Thumb Area
Learn about accessibility options in the West Thumb, Grant Village, and southern part of the park.
Last updated: December 5, 2019