We are starting a new feature – “Question of the Day”! We won’t be posting a question every day – just whenever a question arises. We’ve found that many Park visitors stop by our Second Saturday table with questions. If we can’t answer the question on the spot, we’ll try to answer it here. And even if we can, we may answer it here, too, since other visitors might have the same question.
So today’s question is:
Does the Wilderness Park have handicapped parking?
And the answer is:
Yes! There are two spaces in the south lot designated for parking for disabled persons:
and five in the north lot:
Not only are spaces available, they’re free! Anyone with a disabled person license plate or placard may park without charge. The Rangers tell us that these spaces are heavily used, so if you can’t find a free disabled persons space, you may park in any space for free provided that your vehicle displays the disabled person license plate or placard.
Do you have a question? Send it to us at firstname.lastname@example.org!