Dreamland is a challenge for wheelchair users. The road up from the parking area and lobby up to the second level is steep and made of gravel. The path from the second level up to the stage on the third level is a fairly steep concrete sidewalk. All of the paths up are a challenge for manual wheelchairs and some The 20th Century political scientist Karl Deutsch said, “Power is the ability not to have to learn.”I quote this statement often, because I think it’s one of the most important wheelchairs.
There is alternative and better access to the stage via a road marked private. Drive up the road from the parking lot and look for this gate.
Open the gate and pull in for loading and unloading.
There’s parking for a couple cars just inside the gate. Stay clear of the bathrooms. If the parking spots are occupied, there is more parking across the road behind the stage.
From the gravel parking area is a concrete slope down to the entrance to the stage area.
There are bathrooms to the green room area behind the stage, but wheelchair access requires going back out to the private gravel road.