Old Bakery and Emporium

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Accessible Amenities*

  • Accessible Picnic Area

Park Amenities*

  • Trails

Detailed Access Information

Park Entrance Fee

Park is free

Accessible Drinking Fountain

There is no accessible drinking fountain.

Accessible Picnic Area

Paved 36″ wide pathway to the picnic area, Wheelchair space(s) at tables, Picnic area is level, Picnic area is in full sun.

Accessible Restrooms

At least one restroom is fully accessible, Tactile/braille signage outside restroom, The doorway is at least 32 in. wide, Door handles are no higher than 48 inches, Faucets, dispensers, and trash receptacle can be reached from a wheelchair, One stall is at least 5 ft by 5 ft, There are grab bars behind and to the side of the accessible toilet, Accessible toilet is 17-19 in. from the ground, The toilet paper dispenser is reachable/usable, Sink height is no more than 34 in.

Accessible Playground

There is no accessible playground.

Accessible Trails

There is one short, paved trail that traverses the park. Trail is at least 36 in. wide, Trail can accommodate two wheelchairs side-by-side, Trail is step-free, Trail slope is ADA compliant (trail rises 1 in. per 12 in.), There is an out-and-back trail, Trail is partially shaded.

Is there something unique to this playground?



There is no pool.

Any other park amenities?

Art and History museum inside visitor center.

Other Park Services

Visitor center, Gift shop. Accessible entrance to visitor center is near red tables. Visitor center has an elevator for accessibility to all floor levels.

Accessible Parking

There is no accessible parking.

What does this park do well in terms of accessibility?

Nothing further

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