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ACCESSIBILITY
Visitor Centers at Moose, Jenny Lake, Colter Bay, and Flagg Ranch provide accessible restrooms, TDD, parking spaces, curb cuts, and entrances. Restrooms and exhibits at Colter Bay may require assistance. TDD is (307)739-3400.

Many accessible interpretive activities are listed in the park newspaper, The Teewinot. Campgrounds at Gros Ventre, Jenny Lake (partially accessible restrooms), and Colter Bay (partially accessible restrooms) are located on relatively flat terrain. Lizard Creek and Signal Mountain campgrounds are hilly and access is more difficult. Inquire for most accessible sites. Eight campsites along Grassy Lake Road, west of Flagg Ranch, provide easy access by vehicle and accessible vault toilets. Camping and RV sites at Flagg Ranch provide accessible facilities.

All lodging facilities provide some units that are accessible. Please contact individually for assistance and reservations. Restaurants with accessible facilities are located at Flagg Ranch, Leeks Marina, Jackson Lake Lodge, and Jenny Lake Lodge.

Some hiking trails are accessible, with asphalt surfaces, appropriate grades, and good views. Most trails make no special provisions for accessibility. Valley floor elevations vary from 6,400 feet to 7,200 feet. Wayside exhibits and overlooks have curb cuts and designated parking.

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