Accessible Travel

West Virginia welcomes all travelers to visit our country roads. Our kind, good-spirited southern hospitality is ready to assist with whatever you may need. Here are some insider traveler tips to help you along the way.

Many of the state’s lodging facilities, attractions, and events are ADA compliant, meaning that they do their best to comply with the guidelines set forth by the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibits discrimination and ensures equal access to state and local government services, public accommodations, commercial facilities, and transportation.

Please note: Our West Virginia State Parks and public lands partners work to properly maintain trails and pathways and keep them accessible and free of debris. If you encounter any issues with accessibility during your visit please contact the park or trail directly.