This review is based on ADA accessiblity, our experience and opinion. Your mileage may vary.
2 OUT OF 5 STARS
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Upon check-in you park at the gate and exit your vehcile to register inside the guard station. The left lane is for through traffic.
The handicap showers actually have a transfer seat and a hand held shower wand.
The park is hilly. We had a difficult time going uphill with our scooters at some parts due to the loose dirt and gravel which is typical of the parks in the Pacific Northwest.
All the facilities (except for the showers next to the store) are ADA accessible. If you're unable to stand, you will need assistance opening the gate to the pool/spa at the ADA entrance. The ramp does not have a landing at the gate to the pool, so rolling backwards is a concern.
The only thing to add is that this is an absolutely lovely park. It's our favorite to date. The park is very clean, well maintained, with lots of sewer sites and very friendly staff.
There is a stocked lake for fishing You will need to purchase a $5 fishing permit (and if you're lucky, you can win a free one by playing Bingo), a store, kayak rentals, fish cleaning station, activities, 2 pools, a large spa, tennis court, shuffle board and dog run.
One of the rental cabnis has a wheel chair ramp, the rest do not.
UPDATE OCTOBER 2021: Both lodges were lost to fire and have not been replaced with anything, not even with temporary structures. There are no activities although even with Covid, outdoor activities could have been feasible. Electrical problems plagueD the park. The pools and rest rooms were closed for the season due to electric problems and the park closed eariler than usual to address a lot of these problems. We're hoping to visit next season and see the improvements.
UPDATE JUNE 2023: "Accessible Cabin" not exactly accessible. There's a nice ramp but with a lot of turns and the entrance to the bathroom and bedroom from the livingroom and kitchen is only about 24" wide.
Mossyrock is close for grocery shopping and the "Great Wall" Chinese Restaurant on the way to Mossyrock is fabulous. When we were there in May and August 2019, the lunch menu was around $7 and they gave us a ton of food.