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Caines Head – State Recreation Area and Resurrection Bay State Marine Parks
Caines Head State Park – Alaska Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation Alaska Department of Natural Resources
ADA Facilities in Alaska State Parks.
Caines Head State Recreation Area is the scenic site of an abandoned World War II fort, can be reached by boat or foot from Seward. The massive headland rises 650 feet above Resurrection Bay, against a back drop of rolling alpine meadows and sharp peaks, giving way to a sweeping view of the North Pacific Ocean. Caines Head Recreation Area is NOT listed as an ADA accessible park.
The Alaska State Parks Statewide Brochure has facilities listed by town with a notation marking facilities with accessible features.
Resurrection Bay Trail System, Seward Alaska (pdf Handout)
Disclaimer: Accessibility standards change over time as guidelines are being developed. When a facility is built or remodeled, it meets guidelines current at the time of construction. Although access issues are addressed, some persons with particular disabilities may have difficulty with, for example, the signing, window latches or stoves. It is recommended that the disabled park visitor bring along a fully able companion on his or her first visit to a park facility in case of difficulties or problems. Solo trips can be taken later, knowing the facility and terrain. If anyone using facilities listed here encounters difficulties not mentioned, please contact local park staff or email: email@example.com Suggestions and comments are welcomed.
For more information please contact the Kenai/Prince William Sound Area Office at (907) 262-5581 or the Lowell Point Office (907) 224-3434.