Accessibility at Niagara Falls State Park

All New York State Parks, including Niagara Falls State Park, are committed to remaining accessible for all visitors.

All newly built or newly renovated facilities and trails, as well as newly developed programs and services adhere to the most current standards for accessible design, as applicable. Most recently, Niagara Falls State Park underwent major improvements, including new ADA-compliant routes, overlooks, picnic tables and accessible parking on Goat Island.

Wheelchairs may be used wherever pedestrians are allowed and available for a fee outside of the Visitor Center located directly at Niagara Falls State Park. Wheelchairs can be used on the Niagara Scenic Trolley, as the Trolleys offer a lift. Also, the wheelchairs can get wet on the various attractions.

Service dogs are welcome wherever patrons are permitted to go regardless of other pet policies unless it poses a danger to the public utilizing the facilities.

Niagara Falls State Park has a variety of venues that are accessible to persons with mobility-type disabilities, including wheelchair accessible attractions like Maid of the Mist, the Observation Tower, Niagara Scenic Trolley, the Niagara Falls Visitor Center and Top of the Falls Restaurant. Please note that Cave of the Winds offers limited access.

For additional information regarding accessibility, contact Niagara Falls State Park via phone, 716-278-1796.

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