Accessible Cabins for People with Disabilities
Wisconsin State Park System
For those unable to use outdoor campsites, the Wisconsin State Park System offers 10 accessible cabins. There are 8 larger cabins and 2 smaller, rustic cabins. These cabins are available only to people with disabilities and their guests and must be reserved ahead of time.
Reservations are needed for all accessible cabins in the Wisconsin State Park System. Only one reservation period will be confirmed per application. Due to the high demand, reservations will not be accepted for more than four consecutive nights and no more than four nights per year. There is a $7.75 reservation fee in addition to the nightly cabin rate. The first day to make reservations is January 10. We will not accept applications postmarked or delivered before January 10.
The reservation request form lists cabin details, rules and regulations, rates, refund information and reservation conditions. Campers must fill out the form completely. This application does not guarantee your reservation - the property office will notify you when your reservation has been confirmed.
- Mail or deliver your completed Cabin Reservation Request Form to the state park/forest where you wish to reserve a cabin. Disabled applicants must identify themselves (or one of their camping party) on the application form. The addresses are listed on the form. Please make sure the envelope is marked "Cabin Reservation".
- You may reserve any cabin by calling the park between June 1 and the season's end, Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Properties with large accessible cabins
There are eight larger cabins with amenities at:
- Buckhorn State Park
- Harrington Beach State Park
- High Cliff State Park
- Kettle Moraine State Forest–Southern Unit (Ottawa Lake)
- Kohler-Andrae State Park
- Mirror Lake State Park
- Potawatomi State Park
- Richard Bong State Recreation Area
Large Accessible Cabin Reservation Request Form
Properties with rustic accessible cabins
There are two rustic cabins at: