This review merely reflects the time that we spent at the park. In the future, its accessibility may improve, which would then change its Accessibility Score. In the header image, Anthony, Sydney, and Kyle have parked their wheelchairs along an asphalt-colored path. Behind them is an old house, elevated above the ground with concrete blocks.As usual, we begin in the parking lot. Heritage Park is connected to the Florida Botanical Gardens; however, since the park is so large, it takes a long time to do so. Therefore, it would typically make sense to park in the lot specifically created for Heritage Park... right? This makes sense in most cases but, as you can see in the picture above, the accessible parking is extremely limited and largely inaccessible for wheelchair users. Since my van is a side-entry, I need extra the extra space that accessible parking spots offer. Because neither of these spaces including an unloading zone, or even enough room, I had to park at the end of the lot and unload on the grass. As such, somebody still ended up parking next to me. It's a good thing that somebody was with me, or I wouldn't have been able to get back into my van.