Author Topic: January 2020 - Time to reserve your Wisconsin State Parks Accessible Cabin  (Read 393 times)

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We want to remind everyone that it is time to reserve your Wisconsin State Park Accessible Cabin for the 2020 camping season!

The accessible cabins in Wisconsin State Parks feature numerous accessible amenities, ensuring that all people with disabilities can freely use the cabin and the park's amenities without fear of hidden barriers.  Features include a fully accessible bathroom and kitchen and an accessible sleeping porch. People in wheelchairs can move freely about the cabin from the entrance ramps, doorways, under counter space and the roll-in shower. All fixtures and controls are accessible, including the faucets, toilet, door and cabinet handles and light switches. The Wisconsin State Parks will take reservations for the 2020 camping season for the Accessible Cabins postmarked on or after January 10th, but not before!  Plan now for your camping trip.  For more information or a reservation application, or visit the website below.  Mail or deliver your completed Cabin Reservation Request Form to the state park/forest where you wish to reserve a cabin. Disabled applicants must identify themselves (or one of their camping party) on the application form. The addresses are listed on the form. Please make sure the envelope is marked "Cabin Reservation".

Cabins are located at:
Buckhorn State Park (Necedah, WI) 608-565-2789
Harrington Beach State Park (Belgium, WI) 262-285-3015
High Cliff State Park on Lake Winnebago, 920-989-1106
Kettle Moraine State Forest - Southern Unit (Eagle, WI) 262-594-6200
Mirror Lake State Park (Baraboo, WI) 608-254-2333
J.M. Kohler-Terry Andrae State Park (Sheboygan, WI) (920) 451-4080
Potawatomi State Park (Sturgeon Bay, WI) 920-746-2890
Richard Bong State Recreation Area Accessible Cabin (Kansasville, WI)(262) 878-5600

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