Paddling Trail Accessibility Resources

Paddling Trail Accessibility Resources

Forest Service Outdoor Recreation Accessibility (USDA)
National Accessibility Program Manager
USDA Forest Service External Website
Janet Zeller

ADA Technical Assistance Center External Website
The ADA & IT Technical Assistance Centers (DBTACs*) are your comprehensive resource for information on the Americans with Disabilities Act and accessible information technology. Call toll free at 1-800-949-4232 (V/TTY) for the MOST complete and experienced services available to American businesses, government entities and the public.

National Center on Accessibility External Website
A collaborative program of Indiana University and the National Park Service, the National Center on Accessibility is the nation's premiere resource promoting access for people with disabilities in recreation.
Mike Passo

American Trails External Website
American Trails is the only national, nonprofit organization working on behalf of all trail interests.... Our goal is to support America's trails by finding common ground and promoting cooperation among all trail interests. We're involved in everything from training trails advocates to providing increased trail opportunities for individuals with disabilities.

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