A new map from the Central Park Conservancy includes lots of new information about the park’s playgrounds, trails, restrooms, entertainment areas and other spaces that decodes the park for people with disabilities and/or limited mobility. Helpful information includes information on park terrain, letting visitors know how steep various trails are, and where there are stairs or other potential obstacles.
The map also shows where handicapped-accessible restrooms are and whether they’re open year-round. You can find out more information about the park and the map here. Copies of the map are available at park visitors’ centers and information kiosks.
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