Forillon National Park of Canada
The Reception Centres of L'Anse-au-Griffon and Penouille have parking spaces, washrooms, water fountains and counters accessible to persons with disabilities. Reception staff has also received special training to better respond to the needs of this clientele.
To respond to the needs of park users with reduced mobility, some parts of the park, including Grande-Grave and Anse-Blanchette, offer alternative programs. Photo albums have been created to demonstrate exhibits that are difficult or impossible to reach for people with reduced mobility. At Fort Peninsula, interpretation and orientation panels have been created and strategically placed to make it easier to move around the fort.
The interpretive trail Prélude à Forillon has been adapted for users with physical and visual disabilities.