Many of the buildings at Redcar Racecouse date back to the 1960s and some areas of which were designed and built without considering the needs of disabled visitors.
Disabled access is generally good with access to facilities, good views of the racing from both enclosures, and a raised viewing ramp overlooks the track and the parade ring in the Grandstand Enclosure.
|Entrance Accessible for Wheelchair Users|
|Disabled/Wheelchair User Toilet|
|Lift Accessible to Wheelchair Users|
|Refreshment Areas Accessible to Wheelchair Users|
|Racecard/Admission Huts Accessible to Wheelchairs Users|
|Designated Viewing Areas|
|Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs and Dogs for the Disabled Welcome|
|Carer's Entry Scheme|
In the Grandstand Enclosure there is a great deal of tarmac and paths aiding movement around the racecourse. There is more grass in the Course Enclosure and the key areas are accesible, however we would suggest that the Grandstand Enclosure is more accessible to wheelchair users.
There is a forward blue badge parking area in the Grandstand Enclosure where a limited number of spaces are availble on a first come first served basis.