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Wheelchair Accessible Sprague Lake

Sprague Lake

So sad – we live not an hour away from one of the most amazing national parks in the country, but only seem to go there when someone comes to visit. So thanks, Mike, for visiting!

Sprague Lake, in Rocky Mountain National Park, is encircled by a 1/2 mile wheelchair accessible loop trail. About a 1/2 mile off the the lake, there is an accessible back country campsite with two tent pads, picnic tables, and accessible vault toilet. For information about getting a permit for the campsite, see Rocky Mountain National Park Backcountry/Wilderness Camping Guide. Note that while the guide says that permits can be picked up in person at the Headquarters Backcountry Office, it’s not wheelchair accessible.

A few photos from our trip there today:

Katja

3 Comments

  1. Jennifer Fitz

    Just gorgeous. Wow. Happy happy — looks like it was beautiful weather.

    Reply
  2. fridawrites

    Very beautiful–we were up there last year.

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  3. Judi

    Thanks for the info and pictures – now we know what to expect!

    Reply

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