Yes it is. Get there 5 minutes before sunrise, the parking gets filled quickly
Yes. A bit of an incline at the start of the walkway but good from there with shaded gazebos throughout
YES it is...but the most difficult aspect of visiting is parking. It is a very popular place so you may have to hang out a while to wait for parking. Since most visitors do not spend hours there and many just walk to the first nesting area, the turnover is not terrible.
It is wheelchair accessible. There is a wooden ramp up to the boardwalk. Be sure to stop and observe the butterfly garden on the way in.
We saw many handicapped people while we were there that day !
And strollers too !
Yes it is wheelchair accessible. The actual boardwalk is probably 5 feet wide so you will have to negotiate around photographers taking photos by the railing. This is not a problem and we often have couples with children in strollers; wheelchairs less frequently.
I am not sure of the official policy regarding accessibility, but I have seen people in wheelchairs traversing the boardwalk
Yes it’s wheelchair accessible
Yes it is. You can go from the parking lot to the boardwalk.
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