Onion Creek Metro Park

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Accessible Amenities*

  • Accessible Parking
  • Accessible Drinking Fountain

Park Amenities*

Detailed Access Information

Park Entrance Fee

Park is free

Accessible Drinking Fountain

There is one accessible drinking fountain no higher than 36 inches from the ground

Accessible Picnic Area

There is no picnic area

Accessible Restrooms

There are no restrooms

Accessible Playground

There is no playground

Accessible Trails

There is one small trail that loops around the park. It is partly paved and partly crushed granite. Trail is at least 36 inches wide, Trail can accommodate two wheelchairs side-by-side, Trail is step-free, There is a curb cut from the parking lot to the trail, Any objects on the path, including trash cans and signs, are within 27 inches of the ground, Hanging objects and tree branches are at least 80 inches above the ground, There are benches along the trail, Benches are connected to the trail by paved surface, Trail slope is ADA compliant (trail rises 1 inch per 12 inches), There is a loop trail, Trail is in full sun

Is there something unique to this playground?



There is no pool

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Other Park Services


Accessible Parking

There are two labeled ADA parking spots. One of them is a van-accessible parking space (96-inch wide with an extra 60-inch wide space for a ramp), Curb cut from the parking lot to trails, Accessible spaces marked with ADA signage

What does this park do well in terms of accessibility?

Nothing further

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