Handicap Accessibility In Rocky Mountain National Park
A free lifetime pass (which is good at all U.S. National Parks and federal recreational lands) is available for all U.S. citizens or permanent residents with permanent disabilities.
Assistance animals are allowed throughout Rocky Mountain National Park, in areas that otherwise prohibit pets (such as picnic areas, hiking trails, and buildings).
The Estes Park Quota Club (on the east side of Rocky Mountain National Park) has wheelchairs for loan. Call 970-586-2317 for more information.
Alpine Visitor Center
Fully handicap accessible; open in the summer only.
Kawuneeche Visitor Center
Fully handicap accessible; open year-round.
Moraine Park Museum
Handicap accessible with staff assistance; open spring, summer, and fall.
Beaver Meadows Visitor Center
Moderately or marginally accessible; open year-round.
Endovalley Picnic Area
Fully handicap accessible, including vault toilets.
Timber Creek Campground
Four ISA-designated campsites, with one moderately accessible restroom.
No ISA-designated campsites, with one marginally accessible restroom.
Glacier Basin Campground
Four ISA-designated campsites, all of which are close to fully handicap accessible restrooms.
Longs Peak Campground
No ISA-designated campgrounds, and only tents are allowed.
Moraine Park Campground
Four ISA-designated campsites, with a fully handicap accessible restroom adjacent to the campsites.
Restrooms / Bathrooms
Handicap accessible restrooms / bathrooms are available in the visitor centers inside Rocky Mountain National Park, including:
•Alpine Visitor Center
•Beaver Meadows Visitor Center
•Kawuneeche Visitor Center
•Fall River Visitor Center
•Moraine Park Visitor Center
Sprague Lake Trail
A one-half mile trail (hard packed gravel) goes around the lake, with benches and fishing platforms along the way, as well as handicap accessible restrooms and picnic areas.
Coyote Valley Trail
A one-mile (roundtrip) trail along the Colorado River, through open meadows is fully accessible by grade and moderately accessible by surface (hard packed gravel).
Lily Lake Trail
A three-quarter mile trail is fully accessible around the lake and wetlands, and there’s also a handicap accessible vault toilet, picnic tables, and a fishing pier.