Three Rivers Park District is committed to full application of the Americans with Disabilities Act to the services, programs and activities of the Park District. Our staff will work with individuals and groups to make reasonable accommodations to make your recreation and education experience pleasant and successful. Three Rivers will apply the concepts of universal design, wherever feasible, in development and redevelopment of areas and facilities. Three Rivers offers a variety of park facilities in both urban and rural settings with varying degrees of development and accessibility.


Three Rivers will provide reasonable program modifications and auxiliary aids and services to people with disabilities, unless to do so would cause an undue burden to the District.

Inclusion services are available to those who choose to participate in general recreation and education programs. Advance notice of 14 days is usually sufficient for requests. We will do our best to accommodate requests on shorter notice. Please be prepared to discuss limitations resulting from your disability and potential accommodations.

Please call 763.694.7628 (TTY 763.559.6719) or email to request specific services such as sign language interpretation, to order publications in Braille, larger print, audio tape and/or computer disk, or for help with other questions or concerns about programs, park facilities, or this website.

You can also contact the supervisor at the individual park you wish to visit to inquire about the most accessible areas or facilities, or to inquire about programs and events.

A variety of adapted recreation equipment is available at many parks. 

Watch a Video about Adaptive Recreation in Three Rivers

ADA Self-Evaluation and Transition Plan

Find out how our policies, programs, and facilities were evaluated for compliance with the ADA. (PDF)
Introduction - Section IV
Sections V-VII
Appendices A-C
Appendices D-G
Appendix H

Adapted Equipment

Assistive listening systems and a variety of adapted recreation equipment is available at some parks.

Mobility Devices

The Park District will allow appropriate Other Power-Driven Mobility Devices (OPDMD) in parks and trails to assist persons with mobility disabilities to more fully enjoy park areas, facilities and trails. Review our OPDMD Guidelines.

Accessibility Feedback

Suggestions or complaints that a program, service, or activity of Three Rivers Park District is not accessible to persons with disabilities should be directed to the Director of Facility Services at 763.559.9000. Review our Grievance Procedure.