The Minnesota DNR is opening the outdoors to people with disabilities by working hard to update its public spaces and programs to meet state and federal accessibility standards.
These web pages help you…
- Get information about accessibility in DNR managed spaces
- Learn about special DNR hunting, fishing and camping programs and places
- Find out what permits and licenses are available for people with disabilities
Please remember, with any outdoor facility there is always some degree of physical risk. Because DNR facilities cover large areas, DNR employees aren't always close by. In fact, some of the trails, water accesses and campgrounds don't have any on-site staff at all. Make sure you know where to get help in case of an accident or medical emergency.