F246 Viewing Areas
Viewing areas, other than viewing areas on trails, shall comply with F246.1.
Advisory F246.1 General. Viewing areas on trails are addressed in F247.4.3.
Each distinct viewing location within a viewing area shall comply with 1015.
Advisory F246.2 Distinct Viewing Locations. Viewing areas can provide more than one distinct viewing location. For example, a viewing area can provide a distinct viewing location for observing a mountain range, and another distinct viewing location for observing a river. Distinct viewing locations within a viewing area can be designated by signs or other markers.
Where provided within viewing areas, at least 20 percent, but not less than one, of each type of outdoor constructed feature shall comply with 1011.
At least one outdoor recreation access route complying with 1016 shall connect accessible parking spaces or other arrival points serving the viewing area with accessible elements, spaces, and facilities provided within the viewing area.
- Federal Documents (5)
- State and Local Documents (7)
- Guidelines (7)
- 36 CFR Part 1191 ABA Accessibility Guidelines, Outdoor Developed Areas (2)
- 2013 Forest Service Outdoor Recreation Accessibility Guidelines (FSORAG) (2)
- Accessibility Guidebook for Outdoor Recreation and Trails (1)
- Outdoor Developed Areas: A Summary of Accessibility Standards for Federal Outdoor Developed Areas (2)
- Guidelines (7)
- Upcoming Events (4)
- SoCal CASI 2016 Summer Seminar: Accessibility Requirements: Recreation Facilities & Outdoor Developed Areas
- CASI 2016 Summer Seminar Webinar: Accessibility Requirements: Recreation Facilities & Outdoor Developed Areas
- NorCal CASI 2016 Summer Seminar: Accessibility Requirements: Recreation Facilities & Outdoor Developed Areas
- Accessible Outdoor Recreation Trails, Camping, and Picnic Areas Webinar
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