AccessibilityCamelot Days Medieval Festival
We aim to make Camelot Days Medieval Festival an exciting and enjoyable experience for everyone. Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodations (other than what is listed below) in order to participate in Camelot Days must contact Sarah at 786-332-0047 or email@example.com at least five (5) business days prior to the scheduled arrival.
Camelot Days Medieval Festival is wheelchair accessible by a combination of well-paved permanent park paths and the temporary professional installation of ADA-compliant temporary paths (“Mobi-mat”) throughout.
Accessible parking is available in the parking lot near the ticket booth. As you enter TY Park, go right and tell the parking attendants that you need accessible parking. Once you show your placard, they will guide you to the parking area.
Wheelchair-accessible restrooms are available at the permanent park restrooms near the front gate and at the portable toilets near the food court.
In order to protect our guests, participants, and their animals, we can only allow service animals at Camelot Days. A service animal is one that is trained to work or perform tasks for a person with a disability.
For those who may experience sensory sensitivity, we recommend that you bring what will help you enjoy Camelot Days. We have noise-canceling headphones available to borrow on a first-come, first-served basis and can be checked out by leaving a driver’s license or other form of valid identification. Inquire with our ticket booth staff once you arrive.
Sign Language Interpretation
Sign language interpretation for a scheduled program is available with two weeks advance notice. Please submit your request to our accessibility coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 786-332-0047.