Big Basin Redwoods State Park
If you can live without the greater comforts of home camping inside the park will expand your experience and allow you shorter travel times for your early morning and late night photography. All the campgrounds are accessible, and have fully accessible restroom and shower facilities. Huckleberry Campground and Tent Cabins is a great choice if you are short on camping gear, or are not the tent camping type. There are several tent cabins that are ADA accessible with ramps to the door and the campground restrooms have shower rooms where 25 cents will get you 2 minutes of hot water. Check out TENT CAMPING here.
If you are a travel trailer or motor coach camper then you have many more camping possibilities inside the park. We stayed in Blooms Creek Campground site 138. One of the handicap campsites is 137, which directly across from site 138, but we found it difficult to accommodate our 23 ft. travel trailer. Site 137 does have a concrete slab for parking a small tent trailer or camper van and is close to the restrooms. We spent some time going through the campground and we didn’t find any campsite that would not accommodate a wheelchair, electric or manual. In hiking through nearby Sempervirens Campground we also found easy access with ADA accessible restrooms. For group camping we found Sequoia Group Campground to be the most friendly. Wastahi Walk-in Campground, and Sky Meadow Group Campground do not have ADA accessible restrooms at this writing (11-04-2010).