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Accessible camping

The Department of Conservation and Recreation’s Universal Access Program offers camping for campers of all abilities.

Today, we're thinking more than ever about ways to making camping accessible to more people. Yurts and cabins provide additional shelter, access to electricity, and bunk beds. We've designed wheelchair-friendly tent sites, too, with hard-packed level ground, pedestal grills, and picnic tables. Before you reserve, you should check with park staff about if their cabins, yurts, or tent sites fit your specific needs.


Cabins are available for rent year round.


A yurt is a circular, domed structure supported by a wooden frame and covered in canvas. Our yurts are furnished with bunk beds, a table and chairs, and electricity. Yurts are available for rent during the main recreation season.


Tent camping has been made more accessible to wheelchair users with designated hard-packed level sites featuring pedestal grills and accessible picnic tables at the following sites.


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