Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park Accessibility

Each visitor center and every campground has an accessible restroom. Some campsites and picnic areas have extended picnic tables.

Accessibility of trails varies from paved and level to steep and unpaved. Several fully accessible trails are under construction in the Giant Forest. Ask at visitor centers for information.

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