PARCOURS research project for accessible parks

Providing Accessible ReCreation Outdoors: User-driven Research on Standards (PARCOURS) is a research project designed to inform accessibility standards in Canada’s national parks. Funded by a generous grant from Accessibility Standards Canada, we asked people with disabilities to help shape the experiences they have in these parks.

Our final research report is now available and can be downloaded here in both English and French!

Our recommendations for accessible park standards can also be downloaded here in both English and French!

We encourage you to learn more about Our Research, Who We Are, and how to Get Involved. If you have questions or comments, please Contact Us.

PARCOURS team preparing for an interview at on a sandy beach at Boundary Bay Regional Park. Two team members are standing and listening on the left as another team member, sitting in his wheelchair, explains a part of the interview.