This symbol indicates that the specified area is fully compliant with Americans with Disabilities Act Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG).
Just inside the park entrance is an accessible kiosk with park information. A level, paved pull-off area is provided.
Two shady, individual picnic sites with extended-end tables and pedestal grills are accessed over a paved pathway from handicap parking. These sites have a great view of the lake and have an accessible water fountain.
A pathway leads from two handicap parking spaces to the picnic shelter, which accommodates up to 75 people and includes lights, extended-end tables, two group grills and a fireplace.
An accessible restroom is located within driving distance of the picnic sites, shelter and campground. It has two handicap parking spaces and a paved pathway to the entrance. Inside are lever-handled faucets, side-transfer toilets and an electric hand dryer. This is the only accessible toilet for the picnic area.
Four electric sites each provide an extended-end table, a pedestal grill, a lantern shelf and a fire ring on a large, paved pad. Unmodified sites are of level, packed gravel with a table, a lantern post and a fire ring. Accessible water hydrants are conveniently located throughout the area.
Both showerhouses have handicap parking and are accessible. They offer easy entrance, lever-handled faucets and roll-in showers.
The dump station is mostly paved with a packed gravel area around the tower. Some users may have difficulty.
There are eight premium camper cabins available. Cabins 4 and 5 are accessible.
The park office, located at the south end of the park, offers a handicap parking space adjacent to a continuous path to the entrance.
At the north end of the park, past the cabins, is the new two-lane boat launch. It has two handicap parking spaces and a courtesy dock with an accessible transfer station. An accessible vault toilet is located just across the road.
For more information, contact the park:
Big Lake State Park
204 Lake Shore Drive
Craig, MO 64437
Last updated: February 2017