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Lussier Family Heritage Center

All-Terrain Wheelchair

Dane County Parks has one All-Terrain Wheelchair (Action Trackchair®) available to check out and use in the Capital Springs Recreation Area. The chair is designed to help people of all ability levels access the outdoors.

Reservation Details

The chair is available to check out at the following times:

  • Tuesday & Thursday: 9:00 - 11:00 a.m., 1:00 - 3:00 p.m., and 5:00 - 7:00 p.m.
  • Sunday: 9:00 - 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 - 3:00 p.m.

Due to the battery life of the all-terrain wheelchair, reservations are limited to two hour timeslots. Reservations can be made up to 30 days in advance. Reservations must be made by someone 18 years of age or older and the user must be at least 16 years of age. Before making a reservation, the user is required to read the Dane County Parks All-Terrain Wheelchair User Guide.

Make a Reservation

Reservations can be made online using our online reservation system.

  1. Login or create an account
  2. Use the calendar to select a Tuesday, Thursday, or Sunday to find available date/time options
  3. Click the desired time for that date, then the "Add to Cart" button (at bottom of screen)
  4. Read and answer waiver questions (waiver question preview (PDF)
  5. Pay the administration fee

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Check in at the Lussier Family Heritage Center to pick up the wheelchair. Arrive with appropriate gear (water, charged cell phone, snacks, equipment, etc.). Users are required to bring a fully charged cell phone for emergencies. You must arrive within 15 minutes of your reservation start time or the reservation will be canceled.

No. The All-Terrain Wheelchair is currently only for use within the Capital Springs Recreation Area, which includes William G. Lunney Lake Farm County Park, Lewis Nine Springs E-Way, and the Capital Springs State Park.

 If you are looking for an All-Terrain Wheelchair you can take with you to another location we recommend making a reservation through our partners at Access Ability Wisconsin. They have a chair located at the W.G. Lunney Lake Farm County Park Campground, as well as chairs in other locations, that can be checked out and taken with a provided trailer to other parks. 

No. After 2 hours the chair needs to be returned so it can be charged for the next user.

Yes, the chair can be reserved for your child and/ or dependent as long as the user is sixteen or older.

If you have additional questions regarding the All-Terrain Wheelchair, please contact us at: heritagecenter@countyofdane.com or by calling (608) 224-3604.

Dane County Parks is committed to providing services that are accessible to everyone. To learn more about accessible recreation opportunities in our park system, visit the Dane County Parks Accessibility webpage.