A milepost marker sits slightly off the flat asphalt trail lined with green leafy and evergreen trees.

ADA Accessible Recreation

Learn about our non-discrimination policy and use our interactive map to find parks with ADA features and amenities.

Interactive ADA Features Map

This interactive map will help you find the ADA features that are important to you. First, search by ADA feature, then select the park in the area you would like to visit.

When searching for multiple features, only the parks that have all the selected features will come up in the results. We will continue to update this map as more ADA facilities and features become available. 

Please note: Washington State Parks recognizes that not all features of the map below meets website accessibility and assistive technology standards. We have included this map as one of many resources for finding accessible recreation opportunities at our parks. If you cannot access this map, please call our State Parks Information Center at (360) 902 - 8844. 

Link to full-size map.

State Parks ADA Transition Plan

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission is updating its Transition Plan to address barriers to accessibility for people with disabilities. The updated Transition Plan identifies barriers to accessibility and develops barrier removal solutions to better allow people with disabilities to access the state park system’s natural, cultural, and recreational features.

For questions or comment send them to planning@parks.wa.gov 

Federal Information Relay Service at 1-800-877-8339 for TTY/Voice communication.

Learn more about Washington State Parks' ADA Title II Transition Plan.

Learn more about the Washington State Parks' ADA Transition Plan Identified Barriers

Notice of Non Discrimination

The state of Washington has long been a leader in providing accessible outdoor recreation. From ADA-compliant campsites, to restrooms, trails and docks, Washington State Parks is committed to making outdoor recreation accessible to all people

The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission does not discriminate on the basis of disability. For more information, see our Notice of Non-Discrimination (PDF).


For assistance and more information between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Mon. - Fri., please call:

  • Washington Relay Service: (800) 833-6388
  • State Parks reservations: (888) 226-7688
  • State Parks Information Center: (360) 902-8844

Popular Sno-Parks with ADA Accessible Recreation

Map & visitor guide

Use the Find a Park Page to see maps and visitor guides for a specific park.