All-Terrain Wheelchair Reservations Coming Soon!

All-Terrain Wheelchair Program

Recognizing the need for increased access to outdoor recreation in Arkansas, our goal with this program is to develop a fleet of all-terrain wheelchairs that will be available for use in Arkansas State Parks.

This program is being developed in collaboration with Arkansas State Parks and is expected to launch Summer 2024!  The first trackchair will be located at Logoly State Park and will be available free of charge.

We continue to work toward expanding this program into additional state parks and other outdoor recreational areas. 

If you would like to support this program and help us develop additional programs, you can make a one-time or monthly donation here.

Want to learn more about trackchairs and how they change lives?  

Check out these videos!


Website Accessibility

Accessibility Across Arkansas is committed to ensuring accessibility of our website.  We are continually working to improve the user experience for everyone.

If you encounter any issues with the design of this site, please contact us.

Land Acknowledgement

We respectfully acknowledge that this land we call North America was home to Indigenous Peoples for thousands of years before European contact and colonization, and is still home to hundreds of tribal nations today.

We acknowledge that here in Arkansas we are on the ancestral lands of the Caddo, Osage, and Quapaw Nations who lived here for countless generations before they were forced to cede their territories in the 1800s.

And, we acknowledge that these nations are not relics of the past, but living, breathing communities that still exist today.

We encourage you to learn more about the history and culture of these nations. Click the links below to visit the website for each nation.

Caddo Nation

Osage Nation

Quapaw Nation