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Cape Cod National Seashore Accessibility

Accessible facilities and services are located throughout the park. The Salt Pond Visitor Center is accessible to people using wheelchairs. The Province Lands Visitor Center is accessible via a moderately steep ramp way. A beach sand wheelchair for transport is available on a first-come, first-served basis during the summer at Coast Guard Beach in Eastham and Herring Cove Beach in Provincetown. The Doane Rock area provides a wheelchair accessible trail. Portions of the Red Maple Swamp Trail are also accessible to people using wheelchairs. Various overlooks throughout the park are suited for wheelchair access. All of the major rest rooms at the visitor centers, park headquarters, and beaches are accessible. Service for hearing impaired and vision impaired individuals are also provided at the visitor centers. Ask at visitor centers for a brochure describing accessible features.

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