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Experience
the outdoors with adaptive kayaks, beach wheelchairs, accessible cabins, and sit skis.
Explore
accessible boat access and shore fishing sites.
Access
DNR properties with a permitted power-driven mobility device.
Contact information
For questions about accessing recreation opportunities contact:
Nick Zouski
DNR accessibility coordinator
608-267-7490

Open the OutdoorsAccessible camping

Accessible cabins

To provide a more comfortable overnight experience for disabled park visitors, there are nine accessible cabins in various Wisconsin state parks.

accessible cabin

There are rustic cabins located at Copper Falls and Blue Mound state parks as well as larger cabins with more amenities at Mirror Lake, Buckhorn, Harrington Beach, High Cliff, Kohler-Andrae, and Potawatomi state parks, Kettle Moraine State Forest-Southern Unit, and the Richard Bong State Recreation Area. These cabins are available only to people with disabilities and their guests and must be reserved ahead of time.

More information including reservation forms

Canoe campsites

For the more adventurous person looking for a true wilderness experience, we encourage you to give our accessible canoe campsites a try. The Chippewa Flowage and Turtle-Flambeau Scenic Waters Area feature these sites, which are both rugged and extremely scenic. Each site is unique and can be reserved by contacting the property manager.

Chippewa Flowage camping

Chippewa Flowage campsite

For questions and comments about the Chippewa Flowage contact:

Property Manager
Department of Natural Resources
10220 N State Highway 27S
Hayward WI 54843
715-634-9658 ext. 3513

Turtle-Flambeau Scenic Waters Area camping

Turtle-Flambeau family campsite

For questions and comments about the Turtle-Flambeau Scenic Waters Area contact:

Property Manager
Department of Natural Resources
5291 N. Statehouse Circle
Mercer, Wisconsin 54547
715-476-7846 or
715-476-2240

Last revised: Thursday December 17 2015