Similar to the chairs found at the Great Sand Dunes National Park, Staunton State Park has something available called a "track-chair." Basically, it's a wheelchair with tank tracks on it, and according to the reviews, it gets the job done, even on rocky surfaces. As an added bonus, this chair has a motor in it, controlled by a joystick, which means no helper necessary. The "track-chair" allows those who would typically be in a wheelchair to enjoy three trails at the park ranging from two to five miles. Included on these trails are features like aspen groves, ponds and building ruins from yesteryear. The goal of the "track-chair" program is to make Staunton State Park accessible to all, and it's definitely a move in that direction.