Accessible Public Lands

An accessible ramp to a DNR visitor center.

The Maryland Park Service invites you to visit one of Maryland's 66 state parks. Maryland's public lands offer guests of all ages recreational outings, military re-enactments and interpretive programs, seasonal and educational activities that highlight the regional diversity of Maryland's public lands.

The Maryland Park Service strives to provide a safe and enjoyable environment for everyone. In order to promote and encourage recycling, reduction of waste and reuse of our resources, all trash barrels, receptacles and dumpsters have been removed from picnic and beach areas. Visitors to day-use areas are provided with bags when they enter parks and are asked to take home their own refuse. Please pack your picnic in reusable containers and help us keep our parks clean.

The listings below show the accessible facilities for each public land.

A Universal Disability Pass provides free lifetime entry to State Parks for individuals with disabilities and one other person who accompanies the passholder. Click here to download the application.

  1. Assateague Island State Park: visitor's center, floating boat dock, campsites, fishing and crabbing pier, camper registration office, picnic areas, shelters, "surf" wheelchair available, beach bathhouse, food and beverage concessions
  2. Belle Grove Wildlife Management Area: hunting
  3. Big Run State Park: four camp sites and two waterless restrooms
  4. Bill Burton Fishing Piers State Park: fishing, port-a-pots
  5. Billmeyer Wildlife Management Area: office
  6. Cedarville State Forest: 1 day use shelter, day use comfort station, 1 family camping bathhouse
  7. Calvert Cliffs State Park: tire playground, limited access, comfort station
  8. Casselman River Bridge State Park: steep incline, not accessible yet
  9. Cunningham Falls State Park: camping, camper cabins, boat rental, picnic areas, parking, hiking trail to waterfall, fishing pier, Catoctin Furnace historic area, Houck Area amphitheater; Manor Area visitors' center, playground and comfort station
  10. Dans Mountain State Park: picnic areas, swimming pool, bathhouse, scenic overlook and tire playground
  11. Deep Creek Lake State Park: four camp sites, picnic areas, two floating fishing piers, Route 219 Bridge Fishing Area - restrooms
  12. E. A. Vaughn Wildlife Management Area: hunting
  13. Earleville Wildlife Management Area: hunting
  14. Elk Neck Demonstration Forest: shooting range, hunting
  15. Elk Neck State Park: two camping loops, picnic areas, hunting, two summer cabins
  16. Fair Hill Natural Resources Management Area: race track restroom, office, Walls Activity Hall, fairgounds, fishing
  17. Fort Frederick State Park: visitor's center, camp store, picnic sites, two camp sites, shelters, western Maryland hiker/biker trail (10 miles paved), port-a-pot
  18. Garrett State Forest: hunting
  19. Gambrill State Park: shelter, nature center, Tea House (Limited), campsites are but washhouses are not accessible at this time
  20. Gathland State Park: shelter and museum
  21. Greenbrier State Park: visitor's center, picnic areas, Ash Loop campsites and bathhouse, beach bathhouse, beach wheelchair available
  22. Green Ridge State Forest: hunting, picnic areas, shooting range stands, scenic overlook and restroom
  23. Greenwell State Park: office, trail to boat dock, day use area shelter and comfort station, hunting, overnight facility, therapeutic horseback riding available through Greenwell Foundation
  24. Gunpowder Falls State Park: floating boat dock, picnic areas, North Central hiker/biker trail and historic train station, visitors' centers, fishing, youth group camping, accessible path to swimming beach, beach bathhouse, seven group day use pavilions
  25. Gwynnbrook Wildlife Management Area: nature trail
  26. Hart-Miller Island State Park: visitor's center
  27. Herrington Manor State Park: visitor's center, two cabins, concession stand and picnic sites, accessible path to swimming beach, fishing pier
  28. Hugg-Thomas Wildlife Management Area: hunting
  29. Indian Springs Wildlife Management Area: hunting, fishing at Blairs Valley Lake, office
  30. Janes Island State Park: one cabin, camp sites, picnic areas, canal bank fishing, two pavilions, camper registration office, camp store, playground
  31. LeCompte Wildlife Management Area: hunting, office
  32. Martinak State Park: picnic areas, bank fishing, amphitheater, nature center, campground
  33. Merkle Wildlife Sanctuary: visitor's center, driving nature tour
  34. Millington Wildlife Management Area: hunting
  35. Morgan Run Natural Environment Area: fishing
  36. Mt. Nebo Wildlife Management Area: hunting, office
  37. New Germany State Park: five camp sites and one cabin
  38. Patapsco Valley State Park: office, camper cabins, campsites, bathhouse, youth group camping, shelters, picnic areas, fishing, hunting, nature trail
  39. Patuxent River State Park: hunting
  40. Point Lookout State Park: Civil War Museum, camping, fishing pier, boater lift, picnic area, marina store, beach bathhouse, nature center, cabins
  41. Pocomoke River State Park: picnic areas, shelters, camping, amphitheater, floating boat docks, marina store, boardwalk fishing, swimming pool lift, bathhouse, pond fishing, boater lift
  42. Pocomoke River State Forest: hunting
  43. Potomac State Forest: hunting, office, pavilion
  44. Rocks State Park: three picnic areas
  45. Rocky Gap State Park: boating, eleven camp sites, hunting, fishing, nature center, picnic areas, nature trail
  46. St. Clements Island State Park: no accessible facilities at this time
  47. St. Mary's River State Park: restroom, boat launching facility (seasonal access)
  48. Sandy Point State Park: food and beverage concession, fishing, picnic areas, shelters, south beach playground, bathhouse, accessible sailing concessionaire
  49. Savage River State Forest: no accessible facilities at this time
  50. Seneca Creek State Park: visitors' center, picnic areas, shelters, food and beverages at boating rental, boating rental and hunting
  51. Smallwood State Park: fishing pier, marina office, cabins, campground washhouses, shelters, day use comfort stations
  52. Soldier's Delight Natural Environment Area: education center
  53. South Mountain State Park: no accessible facilities at this time
  54. Susquehanna State Park: boat ramps, campsites, floating fishing docks, waterless restroom
  55. Swallow Falls State Park: six camp sites, picnic areas, two camp loop bathhouses
  56. Tuckahoe State Park: visitors' center, picnic areas, hunting, lake playground and restroom, campground
  57. Washington Monument State Park: picnic area and museum
  58. Wye Oak State Park: picnic areas, porta-toilet