Disabled Nomads

If we can go there, so can you!


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This review is based on ADA accessiblity, our experience and opinion. Your mileage may vary. 

Getting to the trail is the hardest part, but worth the effort. The trail is flat with good terrain. Part of the north end of the trail is paved, the rest is hardpack with loose gravel. Lots of opportunity to observe and study wildlife.                           

Access to the trail: Zero out of Five Stars 
0 out of 5 Stars

The Trail: 5 out of 5 stars
5 out of 5 Stars

North Entrance:

- No wheelchair access without a gate key from the Interpretive Center which is nowhere near the trailhead. Need to phone ahead to make sure they're open.

- No ADA parking at the trailhead.

- No protection from traffic from the parking lot to the entrance.

South Entrance:

- Tiny parking lot.

- No ADA parking at the trailhead.

- Concrete blocks prevent wheelchair access from the parking lot.

- Trail is up on incline of loose dirt and gravel.

- Navigating the serpentine entrance is difficult, but not impossible.

- Handicap Porta Potty available.