A listing of some of the areas within the Division of Forestry which contain wheelchair accessible areas. For more information please contact the individual property.
Jackson-Washington State Forest: Campsite 1 and 48 (Primitive camping)
Starve Hollow State Recreation Area: Campsites 28, 44, 65, 75, 90, 222, 232, 234, 316 (Class A camping).
Martin State Forest: Campsite #6 (Primitive camping)
Greene-Sullivan State Forest: Campsite in Reservoir 26 campground
Clark State Forest: Fishing pier on Oak Lake
Deam Lake S.R.A.: Fishing pier next to swimming beach
Greene-Sullivan State Forest: Fishing piers - Reservoir 26, Airline Lake and Bass Lake
Jackson-Washington: Fishing docks
Starve Hollow S.R.A.: Fishing docks
Yellowwood State Forest: Jackson Creek Trail - 1,500'
Self-guiding interpretive trail. Trail begins 3/4 mile north of the Visitor Center. Booklets are available at the Visitor Center. Handicap accessible to Jackson Creek.
Starve Hollow S.R.A.
Hickory Hollow Nature Center at the Harrison-Wyandotte Complex
Jackson-Washington State Forest: Three picnic shelters are wheelchair accessible
Martin State Forest: Picnic shelter and picnic area are wheelchair accessible
Greene-Sullivan State Forest: Narrow Lake, Reservoir 26 and archery range shelterhouses. Playground in Reservoir 26 also accessible.
Starve Hollow S.R.A.: 2 picnic shelters accessible
Beaches / Bath houses
Deam Lake: Women's shower and toilet area and men's toilet area; also ramp to beach area
Starve Hollow S.R.A.: Ramp to beach and concession area; restrooms in beach area.
Jackson-Washington State Forest: A portion of the archery range is accessible.
Most forest property offices are accessible.
Many restrooms (including pit toilets) are now accessible facilities and many comfort stations are equipped with accessible showers.