- everyone is welcome!

Our parks are beautiful and serene places to visit and we make sure everyone is welcome. Accessible and barrier-free campsites are available for nightly and seasonal reservations and our service centres and facilities are designed for customers with reduced mobility. These campsites may offer proximity to accessible service centres or washrooms, cement pads or firm gravel for wheelchairs or walkers, or be free of barriers such as campsite boundary markers. Our accessible and barrier-free campsites can only be booked by campers with a valid Accessible Parking Permit (with number and expiry information), and this must be displayed while in the park. 

Beach Wheelchair Program

Available advanced notice. Our parks have access to beach wheelchairs to help improve the beach experience of our visitors with reduced mobility. The wheelchairs are made from a lightweight aluminum frame with three buoyant tires. Children and adults can ride over the sand with relative ease and can be taken into one foot of water. They may be available on a first-come, first-served basis, or they may be reserved one week in advance of a reservation. These wheelchairs are available free of charge. 


The following provincial parks offer swimming pools designed to make them accessible for visitors with reduced mobility

Provincial Park About the Pool
Buffalo Pound


  • Sloped accessible entry
  • Lane swimming available
  • Open mid-June to September long weekend
Pike Lake 


  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Water slide with its own splashdown pool
  • Open early June to September long weekend


Park About the Trail
Condie Nature Refuge

800 metre crusher dust\natural nature trail on south side of reservoir.


Sunset Trail, Part of the ‘Great Trail’. Crusher dust wheelchair accessible trail to open in June 2021.
Distance approximately 2 kms

Pike Lake Accessible beach route and picnic sites.


See our Barrier-Free Camping page

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