in Shenandoah National Park

Most facilities and services in Shenandoah National Park are accessible or accessible with assistance.

Restrooms and Buildings

Most are accessible or accessible with assistance.


During the season, accessible overnight lodging is available at Lewis Mountain, Skyland, and Big Meadows Lodge.

Picnic Grounds and Campgrounds

Accessible sites are available at all park picnic grounds and campgrounds. Accessible shower and laundry facilities are available at Big Meadows, Lewis Mountain, and Loft Mountain campgrounds. Restrooms at picnic grounds are accessible or accessible with assistance.

Ranger Programs

At the entry gate, you will be given a copy of Shenandoah Overlook, a quarterly visitor guide with a full schedule of current ranger programs.  Many of Shenandoah’s ranger-led programs are accessible.

Limberlost Trail

Limberlost Trail (milepost 43) is often enjoyed by persons with mobility challenges. This circuit hike of 1.3 miles is for people of all ages and has a 5′ wide crushed greenstone walkway on a gentle grade with frequent benches, a boardwalk, and a bridge. The trail passes through forest and a stand of mountain laurel – stunningly beautiful when it blooms in June.

There’s so much to see!

So,  what should I do first?

We know there is a lot to see and do in the Park.  So we decided to create a seasonal top 10 lists for those who have only limited time. We asked park rangers to give us their best recommendations. Learn more about what they suggested: the Top 10 Things to Do in Shenandoah National Park.