Updated: Apr 17, 2021
The fee free day is a wonderful #opportunity to visit National Parks as they normally charge an entrance fee to get in, unless you have an ACCESS PASS. If you are permanently #disabled and don't know about the ACCESS PASS that gives you lifetime free entry to the National Parks and more, read my blog about it HERE
Photography by Denise Vasquez ©2021
-Check my #blogs, #Youtube #videos and the National Park website https://www.nps.gov/planyourvisit/fee-free-parks.htm to see if the #park has #accessible #trails, #parking, #restrooms, #picnic areas, #water fountains, #shuttles, #visitor #centers?
-Are there any #alerts or closures?
-Opening & closing hours: *I highly recommend arriving to the park as #early as possible
Once you arrive at the park of your choice, be sure to ask about the ACCESS PASS if you are permanently disabled & don't already have one & be sure to read my blog about it so you know what you need to present to them in order to get it.
Also be sure to ask the #ranger at the gate if they have a #map displaying accessible areas, and *ask about special access areas for disabled people as parks like The Grand Canyon & Yosemite have special access to areas for disabled people.
*If you'd like to support The Disabled Photographer Project, you can make a donation by clicking Here