Sandy Pines Preserve welcomes all visitors and affirms its commitment to offering recreational services that are accessible to everyone. We will make every effort to ensure that visitors of all abilities are fully included at our facilities.
Visitors Who Are Blind or Partially Sighted
Visitors Who Are Deaf
Visitors on the Autism Spectrum
We welcome families with children and adults on the autism spectrum. The following resources will help you plan for an enjoyable visit.
Sandy Pines Preserve is a 563-acre site with pine forests, meadows and ponds with lots of different opportunities to learn about and engage with Wake County’s natural areas and wildlife. Preparing for your visit a few days beforehand can make for a more manageable and enjoyable experience.
"My Sandy Pines" Visual Schedule : Download, print, and complete the "My Sandy Pines" Visual Schedule before visiting the park. It includes a make-your-own visual checklist with location and communication cards to prepare and plan for your visit.
Sensory Tips and Activity Suggestions
- Read our Tips for a Successful Visit
Visitors Of Different Physical Abilities
Sandy Pines Preserve is an ADA accessible location. The parking lots and trails on site meet ADA criteria. There are also a number of wheelchair accessible picnic tables near the front entrance.
Sandy Pines Preserve is a Birdability accessible location. To learn more about Birdability and find additional locations click here.