Free National Park passes are available for people with disabilities. U.S. residents with disabilities can receive a free “Access Pass” that offers lifetime admission for the pass holder and three other adults. To receive the pass, individuals with disabilities need to present official documentation of their disability status to the National Park Service, either in person or by mail. A physician’s statement or a document issued by a federal or state agency (SSI, Social Security Disability, etc.) is acceptable.
Our Dayton area hosts one of our nation’s most historically relevant National Parks. The Dayton Aviation Heritage National Historical Park is a five-unit park located in and around Dayton. It includes the Wright Cycle Company Complex, which includes the Wright-Dunbar Interpretive Center and Aviation Trail Visitor Center and Museum and the Wright Cycle Company; the Paul Laurence Dunbar House; Dayton History at Carillon Park; Hawthorn Hill; and the Huffman Prairie Flying Field and Interpretive Center.
For more information about the Access Pass go to www.atnps.gov.