Badlands National Park Accessibility

The Cedar Pass Contact Station and the White River Visitor Center are both accessible to wheelchair users by ramp and offer reserved parking. The Fossil Exhibit Trail and the Window Trail are 1/4-mile in length and wheelchair accessible. The first 200 yards of the Door Trail is accessible by boardwalk to a spectacular overlook. The Cedar Pass Campground has two accessible campsites and one accessible group campsite.

All campground restrooms are accessible. The Cedar Pass Lodge dining room and gift shop, as well as some cabins, meet accessibility standards. Several summer ranger programs, such as the Fossil Talk and Evening Programs, are accessible to wheelchair users. A complete listing of accessible facilities is available upon request at the Cedar Pass Contact Station.

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