ADA Guide

ADA Guide for Patrons with Disabilities

Home Bass welcomes individuals of all abilities and is a fully accessible event. We are dedicated to continually improving our efforts to ensure full access and we encourage all feedback and suggestions in order to improve your experience.

All Home Bass event patrons with disabilities must stop by the access center/info booth near check in to request their access program wristband. This wristband will allow guests to utilize the accessible viewing areas at all stages along with certain entry and exit points around the resorts. This is a voluntary program and guests are encouraged to stop by the access center to ask questions and learn more.

All Home Bass resorts are fully ADA compliant. It is your responsibility to request an accessible room and/or low floor by contacting the Home Bass accessibility team ahead of the event. By doing this you will allow us to communicate our guest’s needs with the resorts and ensure that check-in runs smoothly.

If you are requesting an accessible shuttle for Home Bass Orlando (to Camping World Stadium) please contact All resorts have ADA compliant parking areas and any event parking pass will allow guests with disabled parking permit license plates or hangtags to utilize these spaces as they would at any public lot.


  • Locations: Each stage will have protected ADA viewing areas useable by patrons who have visited the access center or info booth to request an access program wristband.
  • Who may use these areas? Patrons who use wheelchairs, scooters or other mobility devices. Patrons who have a disability of such significance that it substantially limits their ability to stand.
  • Companion Policy: Each person with a disability may bring up to two (2) companions into the reserved viewing areas. Companions will not be issued access program wristbands but must enter the accessible viewing areas along with the guest wearing a wristband.


By law, if an animal’s purpose or task is to provide protection, emotional support, well-being, comfort, or companionship, it is not considered a service animal and is not allowed at Home Bass events.

For any questions regarding the accessibility program, please contact and include your name and which events you plan to attend.