Edaville handicapped accessible_
Yes, Edaville is accessible to the handicapped. The entire
parking lot, walkway and station area is paved and on a level
surface. There are no hills to negotiate. The Freight House
Cafe, souvenir shop and restrooms are also easily accessible
and are located at ground level, with no stairs to climb. The
museum is the only building that's not at ground level. It is
located at the top of a very small hill and there is a ramp
that goes from a paved sidewalk to the entranceway.
there handicapped parking_
Yes. There is handicapped parking just to the left of the main
entrance. If there are parking attendants on duty, ask them to
direct you to the handicapped parking area.
I ride the train if I require a wheelchair_
Yes, you can. The train that runs every day has a caboose with
a wide sliding door on the side. Whenever this train arrives
at the station, the door of the caboose is positioned adjacent
to a sturdy wooden ramp that allows for direct access to the
train. However, because Edaville USA's train is narrow gauge,
and therefore quite small, a passenger with a wheelchair may
only ride in the caboose. It is the only car in the train with
room to accommodate a wheelchair.