It’s one of the most iconic national parks in the United States, and while many of the century-old facilities are not up to accessibility standards, there are ways to make a Yellowstone trip memorable. Download the NPS Yellowstone National Park app
, which includes audio tours of popular sites, as well as up-to-date accessibility information for various trails and facilities within the park. From there, start exploring
: Yellowstone has accessible fishing sites on the Madison River, Bridge Bay Marina and Grant Village have appropriate boating equipment, and most walkways and self-guided trails have at least one wheelchair-accessible option. Of course, you can’t go to Yellowstone without visiting Old Faithful
. You can borrow a wheelchair at the lodge, participate in ranger-led evening programs, and, obviously, head straight to the geyser and its accompanying basins.