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Bothwell Lodge provides a mostly level parking lot with an accessible water fountain and information kiosk adjacent to it. The nearby single-toilet, unisex restrooms have side-transfer toilets and lever-handled faucets.
From the parking lot, a woodchip path leads to the lodge. The path does have a slope. Steps lead into the east wing of the lodge, where an interpretive video may be viewed. Flipbooks are available for viewing. Various park information is available and books, souvenirs and pictures may be purchased. The lodge, constructed in the late 1890s, has four levels with short, steep steps and narrow doorways. Modifications cannot be made without altering the historical fabric of the structure; therefore, the lodge may not be accessible to all visitors.
Here you will find a shelter equipped with extended-end tables and a group grill that can be reserved for up to 75 people. A paved pathway leads to the shelter, a water fountain and the accessible restroom from a handicap parking space. The restroom has lever-handled faucets and side-transfer toilets.
An accessible picnic site with an extended-end table and a pedestal grill is located in the same area.
The playground has been modified for accessibility.
For more information, contact the historic site:
Bothwell Lodge State Historic Site
19349 Bothwell State Park Road
Sedalia, MO 65301
Last updated: April 2017