accessible state parks

The ABCs of Accessible Trails: Illinois, Indiana, and Iowa

The ABCs of Accessible Trails: Illinois, Indiana, and Iowa

Editor's Note: This is the fifth post in our ABCs of Accessible Trails series, which details the best accessible trails in State and National Parks across the country. Take a look at our previous posts for more: Alabama, Alaska, ArizonaArkansas, Colorado, CaliforniaConnecticut, Delaware, FloridaGeorgia, Hawaii, Idaho

The ABCs of Accessible Trails: Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho

The ABCs of Accessible Trails: Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho

This is the fourth post in our ABCs of Accessible Trails series, which details the best accessible trails in State and National Parks across the country.  Check our list for Alabama, Alaska, and Arizona here, Arkansas, Colorado, and California here and Connecticut, Delaware, and Florida here.

The ABCs of Accessible Trails: Connecticut, Delaware, & Florida

The ABCs of Accessible Trails: Connecticut, Delaware, & Florida

The America the Beautiful Pass, otherwise known as the The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass, is a free lifetime pass available to US citizens or permanent residents of the United States that have been medically determined to have a permanent disability.  Passes can be obtained via phone, online, or in person at any of these recreation sites.

The ABCs of Accessible Trails: Arkansas, California, Colorado

The ABCs of Accessible Trails: Arkansas, California, Colorado

This is the second post in our ABCs of Accessible Trails series, which will detail the best accessible trails in State and National Parks across the country, featuring Arkansas, California, and Colorado.

The ABCs of Accessible Trails: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona

The ABCs of Accessible Trails: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona

We think it's important for everyone, regardless of age or ability, to spend time outdoors - and so does the Federal government.  The America the Beautiful Pass, otherwise known as the The National Parks and Federal Recreational Lands Pass, is a free lifetime pass available to US citizens or permanent residents of the United States that have been medically determined to have a permanent disability.  Passes can be obtained via phone, online, or in person at any of these recreation sites.