4 of the Best Wheelchair-Accessible Trails in U.S. National Parks

From rolling into the great, wide open to seeing gators up-close, these national park trails offer wheelchair users a variety of experiences.

The Pa'rus Trail provides an accessible path through the striking landscape of Zion National Park.
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For wheelchair users, the great outdoors can often be a no-go. With frequent rough terrain and other unexpected barriers courtesy of Mother Nature, people with disabilities sometimes opt for the safer bet of being indoors rather than out exploring. However, at many of the national parks in the U.S.—which promise compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990—it is completely possible to have some fun in the sun, no matter your abilities. Here are four of the best accessible trails in U.S. national parks.

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