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Everglades National Park
Guide to accessibility in Everglades National Park. This page should help you find and take full advantage of the facilities and resources available to you in the park. There are three campgrounds in the park. All three have accessible campsites. Each has wheelchair accessible restrooms.
Boat & Tram Tours: http://www.nps.gov/archive/ever/visit/tours.htm Many of the boat tours from Flamingo are accessible. Other tours on smaller, privately owned boats may not be. Ask when making reservations. The Shark Valley tram tour is accessible; call ahead to make arrangements. This tour includes a stop at an observation tower which is reached by a 10% ramp. Camping: http://www.nps.gov/archive/ever/visit/camping.htm There is one backcountry site that is accessible to people with mobility impairments. It is the Pearl Bay Chickee, which is about a four hour canoe trip from the main road. It features handrails, a canoe dock, and an accessible chemical toilet. Lodging: http://www.nps.gov/archive/ever/visit/lodging.htmThe Flamingo Lodge has two accessible rooms. A second floor restaurant is accessible by a steep ramp.