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ADA Trail Accessibility

Our accessibility pages are currently under construction while the ADA team collects information at each of our parks. We recommend that you frequently check our website and our social media platforms to keep up on our ongoing projects and programs.

It is our goal at Arizona State Parks & Trails to collect key information for all of our visitors about the accessibility of park facilities and trails, and to provide our visitors with the most enjoyable and educational experience during visits to our parks

Here is a list of some of the fun, accessible things you will find at our parks.

Current Events and Programs

Accessible Trails

Many trails within our parks are accessible by wheelchair or for those with mobility issues. We are working to assess each trail and add information about specific trails at each park on each park's accessibility page. We also have many projects planned to update current trails and build new accessible trails.

Family Campouts

Arizona Family Campout Program weekends are designed for families with kids that have little or no experience camping. We will introduce you to the great experiences you can share with your family and inspire you to continue to explore the great outdoors from one of our campgrounds! We are constantly working to make our campouts accessible to everyone. Visit our Family Campout page for more information!

"We had sooo much fun at the Family Campout at Dead Horse Ranch. It was our first camping trip in 17 years, since Timmy’s father unexpectedly passed away in 2002. I’ve been afraid to take him into the wilderness due to his autism and challenges in following directions with only me to keep an eye on him. I am so happy that our family got this opportunity to camp with you and your excellent volunteers who helped us continuously throughout our trip. We could not have done this without you, and we had a wonderful time!! Thank you so much for the memories." - participant from the Family Campout Program

Sign Language Saturdays at Kartchner Caverns

Come out and see the caves! We are excited to announce our new Sign Language Saturdays. On the second Saturday of each month, tour participants will be joined by a sign language interpreter to help make the experience fun and educational for those in the Deaf and Hard of Hearing community. For booking information, visit: www.azstateparks.com/kartchner/cave-tours/tours.

Fishing at Dead Horse Ranch State Park

Dead Horse Ranch State Park has several wheelchair accessible fishing piers.

Accessible Camping CabinsA sunset view of an accessible camping cabin at Patagonia Lake State Park

You can stay in a comfy camping cabin at any of the below parks. Each cabin has air-conditioning/heating, accessible bed, a picnic table and gorgeous surroundings. Reserve your stay today!

  • Alamo Lake
  • Dead Horse Ranch
  • Kartchner Caverns
  • Lost Dutchman
  • Lyman Lake

Camping/RV Sites

  • Alamo Lake
  • Buckskin Mountain
  • Cattail Cove
  • Dead Horse Ranch
  • Fool Hollow
  • Homolovi
  • Kartchner Caverns
  • Lyman Lake
  • Patagonia Lake
  • Picacho Peak
  • Roper Lake

For reservations, please visit: www.azstateparks.com/reserve/

Agencies and Organizations

Arizona State Parks & Trails manages a grants program that gives eligible organizations the opportunity to apply for funds to build accessible parks and park features. Funds also support building outdoor recreation parks, pools, and playgrounds.

Funding is currently available to increase outdoor recreation for people with disabilities for projects such as:

  • Accessible Parks (including playgrounds, walkways, restrooms, signage)
  • Accessible Trails
  • Audio Equipment and Educational Materials

Please visit our grants page to review available funding opportunities, or contact Mickey Rogers, Chief of Grants & Trails at [email protected].

Please check back often for updates on the accessibility pages. We also welcome any guidance and support from the community. If you or a loved one has a disability and you have any experience at any of our parks, please contact our ADA coordinator to share your story. Arizona State Parks & Trails will create sections in our accessibility pages that will include helpful tips from our visitors.

For information about access for people with disabilities, for accessibility comments or questions, or for alternate format web content, please contact:

ADA coordinator
Arizona State Parks and Trails
602-542-7130
[email protected]

If in the event you need to file a complaint, please read this instruction sheet and complete the attached form. Please also review our service animal policy before heading out to our parks.

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