Accessibility Guidelines Quick Guide

                                    - Which Accessibility Guidelines Apply Where-

 

ADA/ABA Accessibility Guidelines

(ABAAS =

ABA Chapters 1 & 2

and 3 through10)

Apply only within National Forest System boundaries

FSORAG

FSTAG

Buildings,

Boating & Fishing

Developed Recreation Site Constructed Features

Hiker/Pedestrian Trails that meet ALL of the following criteria

all buildings, including:

 - administrative offices

 - residences

 - crew quarters

 - visitor centers

 - entrance stations

 - parking lots

 

and including components such as:

 - restrooms with and

   without running

   water

 - drinking fountains

 - work stations

 - doors

 - operating controls

   (door handles, faucet

   controls, etc.)

 - crew quarters/ 

    residences

 

Boating and

Fishing Piers & Docks

newly constructed or reconstructed:

 - picnic areas   - picnic tables

 - fire rings - cooking surfaces

 - grills    - pedestal grills

 - woodstoves   - fireplaces

 - benches    - beach access

 - outdoor recreation access  routes

 - campsites (tables/cooking pads,

   parking spurs, tent pads, platforms)

 - campground utility connections

 - water hydrants

- outdoor rinsing showers

 - remote area pit toilets

 - trash/recycling containers

 - viewing areas and overlooks

 - telescopes and periscopes

 - mobility device storage

 - warming huts

 

1. new or altered trails

            and 

 

2. designed for hiker/

   pedestrian use

            and

 

3.  trail connects

   directly to a          trailhead     or

 - connects directly to

a currently accessible trail.