National and state parks, forests, and wildlife refuges
From Arcadia National Park and the Appalachian Mountains to Yellowstone and Yosemite, there are plenty of outdoor recreation opportunities in your own backyard or any other place in the country. Several federal, state, and local land management agencies print park and facility guides that specifically detail the accessible features at each attraction.
- National Park Service
General Website - www.nps.gov
Accessibility Page -http://www.nps.gov/accessibility.htm
Public Inquiries Line – (202) 208-4747
- USDA Forest Service
General Website - http://www.fs.fed.us/
Accessibility Page - http://www.fs.fed.us/recreation/programs/accessibility/
Information Phone Number – With 175 National Forests and Grasslands from Alaska to Puerto Rico, and Maine to California covering 191 million acres, the best way to get information is to use the general Web site to locate a National Forest or Grassland of your interest and contact that unit directly.
- U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
General Website - www.fws.gov
General Inquiries - (800) 344-9453
- Bureau of Land Management
General Website - http://www.blm.gov/wo/st/en.html
Office of Public Affairs; Public Inquiries – (202) 452-5125
- Bureau of Reclamation
General Website - www.usbr.gov
Information Phone Number – (202) 513-0575
- U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
General Website - www.usace.army.mil
Recreation Inquiries – (202) 761-4751
- State Departments of Natural Resources
The website for the National Association of State Park Directors contains an interactive map of the United States. Click on a state to find the Department of Natural Resources or Department of Environmental Conservation of your choice.