In order to provide an optimal, fun, and safe recreation opportunity for all visitors, Land Between The Lakes NRA has accessible features at each of the large developed campgrounds, visitor centers, and interpretive facilities. These locations contain features and/or amenities to meet the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) guidelines. Other amenities throughout LBL may be accessed by persons with disabilities, but do not meet all of the required criteria. Please refer to the information below regarding accessible features/amenities at our facilities and campgrounds. If you have further inquiries about accessibility, you may contact our Administrative Office at 270-924-2000 or 800-525-7077.
Hillman Ferry Campground - Five accessible campsites and four accessible toilet/shower buildings. The sites are located in close proximity to the shower buildings. The shelter building is accessible. The Outpost and paved trail can be accessed by persons with disabilities, but do not meet the newest ADA standards.
Piney Campground - Seven accessible campsites and three accessible toilet/shower buildings. The sites are located in close proximity to the shower buildings. The Outpost is accessible.
Energy Lake Campground - Four accessible campsites and three toilet/shower buildings. The campsites are located in close proximity to the shower buildings.
Wranglers Campground - One accessible campsite and one accessible shower. The campsite is located in close proximity to the shower building. There are two accessible horse mounting ramps.
Brandon Spring Group Center - Six accessible dormitories. The Commons building can be accessed, but the restrooms do not meet the newest ADA standards. The Activity building is ADA compliant.
Elk & Bison Prairie and South Bison Range are both accessible.
Golden Pond Visitor Center - The Visitor Center, Pavilion, and Observatory are accessible.
North and South Welcome Stations are both accessible.
The Homeplace - The building is accessible. The trail to the farm and the farm itself has a flat, concrete surface with proper turning radius and can be accessed, but does not meet the newest ADA standards.
Woodlands Nature Station - The building is accessible. The trail can be accessed by motorized wheelchairs, but is more difficult for manual wheelchairs.
Long Creek Trail, located next to Honker Lake, is accessible. The North Paved Trail can be accessed, but does not meet all ADA criteria.