Outdoor Developed Areas Accessibility Standards

66 A SUMMARY OFACCESSIBILITY STANDARDS FOR OUTDOOR DEVELOPEDAREAS accessibility standards for Federal outdoor developed areas Table 5—Camping Units with Mobility Features Total Number of Camping Units Provided in Camping Facility Minimum Required Number of Camping Units with Mobility Features 1 1 2 to 25 2 26 to 50 3 51 to 75 4 76 to 100 5 101 to 150 7 151 to 200 8 201 and over 8, plus 2 percent of the number over 200 Camping units with mobility features don’t have to be identified by signs. Enti- ties should provide information on the location of camping units with mobility features on Web sites, in brochures, and at bulletin boards or information kiosks at the camping facility. When an entity operates a reservation system for camping units or assigns camping units upon arrival, the entity should establish policies and procedures to ensure that camping units with mobility features are available for people with disabilities until all other camping units are occupied. Alterations and Additions [F244 2 1] When altering or adding camping units at an existing camping facility, only consider the number of altered or added camping units when using table 5 to determine the required number of camping units with mobility fea- tures. Continue this practice whenever camping units are altered or added until the total number of camping units with mobility features in the camping facility complies with the minimum number required in table 5.

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