This review is based on ADA accessiblity, our experience and opinion. Your mileage may vary.
4 OUT OF 5 STARS
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Upon check-in, park at the gate and exit your vehicle to register at the guard station. The left lane is for through traffic.
We were slated to spend a week here in order to fully explore the park, but we changed our mind. The weather was cold, wet, windy and dark. Typical Fall/Winter weather in the PNW. We had enough of that after 2 days and decided to head into California.
The park is very hilly. Due to the inclement weather, we didn't get to fully explore it and put our scooters to the test.
From what we could tell, the buildings had ramps and the showers and toilets were ADA complaint.
None of the rentals are wheelchair accessible.
There are 12 washers ($1.50) and 12 driers (.25 for every 10 minutes).
Park is lovely, but hilly. We will probably stay longer next time we come through this way. When we do, we will update this review.