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  1. ... ramps, accessible parking and automatic door entry. Choose your state and city and then the accessible tab...

  2. ... about disability parking placards, hang tags or license plates, contact your state’s Department of Motor Vehicles. Here are a few “quick links” to get you started: State 2...

  3. ... Minnesota's 74 state parks and recreation areas. A special permit is available for $12 for those with a State....mn.us. Visit Minnesota State Parks Annual Permit...

  4. ...Information from the National Park Service regarding accessibility at Redwood National and State Parks. Visit Redwood National & State Parks...

  5. ..., visiting Washington's State Parks. Download the application. Get information on volunteering in the parks. For more information call 360-902-8844 or email infocent@parks.wa.gov. Visit Washington State...

  6. ... opportunities in Massachusetts State Parks for visitors of all...-626-1250 or email mass.parks@state.ma.us. Visit Massachusetts State Parks Universal Access Program...

  7. ....ca.gov. Visit California State Parks: Access for Visitors... - including visitors with disabilities - has access to state parks in California. For more information call 916...

  8. ... are managed by the Washington State Parks and Recreation... States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Forest Service and the Olympic National Park. Visit Washington State Accessible...

  9. ...Information for state and local government... parking spaces. Covers how many accessible spaces... and signage requirements. Visit Accessible Parking Spaces...

  10. ...Information from the state of California... with disabilities. Includes resources on air travel, parking and paratransit. Visit California State Transportation...

  11. ... services and disability parking. Learn... services brochure to learn more. Visit Ohio State...

  12. ...Provides services to students with disabilities at the University Park Campus (Main Campus) to make... Coordinators at other Penn State campuses. Visit Penn State...

  13. ...This center provides academic accommodations, academic advisement, disabled parking and disability...@sjsu.edu. Visit San Jose State University Disability Resource...

  14. ... provides free or discounted entrance for state residents with disabilities to state parks, historic sites and recreational...Information from the Office of Parks, Recreation...

  15. ... in Massachusetts State Parks. Find information about accessible...-626-1250 or email mass.parks@state.ma.us. Visit...

  16. ...Maryland State Parks have more than 30 accessible playgrounds across the state. All have been designed for children ages 5 - 12 of all abilities. For more...

  17. ...Create and post a resume, search for job openings, receive email updates and access training programs. Find job openings in education, Vermont state parks...

  18. ... of Conservation and Natural Resources on fishing areas in state parks, including accommodations for people... includes information on accessibility. Contact the park...

  19. ... with disabilities and accessibility in state parks. Learn... of Game, Fish and Parks about accessible areas...-223-7660 or email Parkinfo@state.sd.us. Visit Hunting...

  20. ... and overnight trips to sporting events, museums, and State Parks. For more information call 831-338-3210 or email...

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