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Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch Questions & Answers

Lockhart, Texas

Are the caverns handicapped accessible? one visitor is 81 with 2 knee replacements. needs to sit once in awhile. The other is 76 with a recently twisted knee. Also needs to sit .

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It is an easy climb down and up. I would not call it handicapped assessable. But walk ways are relatively smooth and most of the way has hand rails.

9 months ago
Bengaluru, India
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Agreed - not ideal for ages and handicapped folks. The animal park is drivable though ...

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The caverns are not a handicap friendly cavern. It is a rigorous down hill walk into the cavern, very steep, and very steep walk back out of the cavern with steep inclines and stairs. The drive through safari is very handicap friendly, it's mostly drive through and the other part of the safari has plenty of places to sit.

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Must be physically fit. Tons of stairs, humid and tight areas to navigate through. Not ideal for handicapped at all.

9 months ago
Asheville, North Carolina
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I would call the caverns , I doubt it, the previous people were talking about the animal park not the caverns, my friends Cupid these caverns and are in their 70s but in great shape- having travelled with a disabled mother it is mt experience that caverns are rarely handicap accessible

9 months ago
Michigan
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Are you asking about the caverns or wildlife ranch? If you are referring to the caverns, definitely would NOT recommend. It's a very steep decline and incline. The final climb out is horrible. I'm surprised someone hasn't had a heart attack. It is also extremely hot. People left the caverns dripping in sweat and out of breathe. Don't do it.

9 months ago
Memphis, Tennessee
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I S more of a drive through but it has a place were you going in an d get your something to eat and or sit outside unless you park in front of the entrance or has a handicapped stick you will have to walk

9 months ago
Asheville, North Carolina
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Sorry my previous post had so many typos. Please do call the caverns in advance

9 months ago
Port Isabel, Texas
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The tour is at your leisure and done driving through in the comfort of your own vehicle.

I have had knee replacement and we stopped half way through to use the facilities and purchase something to drink along with purchasing more treats for the animals. All handicap assessable. We went through twice and enjoyed the trip a lot.

9 months ago
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