WARRENTON — Coffenbury Lake in Fort Stevens State Park and the Sixth Street viewing platform in Astoria are among 133 sites across the state found suitable for anglers with physical disabilities.

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife unveiled an interactive, Google-based map Tuesday designed to help disable anglers find places to fish.

The map contains icons that launch information boxes with accessibility information about the sites such as fishing platforms, piers, docks, paths, restrooms and parking, ODFW said.

Anglers can also use the maps to get directions from their location to any of the sites.

“There are many places around Oregon that offer excellent fishing opportunities for people with disabilities,” Rick Hargrave, administrator for ODFW’s Information and Education Division, said in a news release. “We hope this map makes it easier for everyone — from the oldest adult to the youngest child and everyone in between, to get out and fish.”

Coffenbury Lake is a 50-acre lake located in Fort Stevens State Park, two miles west of Warrenton. It features an improved boat ramp, docks and bank access. The fish species found in Coffenbury Lake include rainbow trout, largemouth bass, yellow perch, brown bullhead, surplus hatchery steelhead when available.

The Sixth Street viewing platform in Astoria offers anglers fishing off of a dock for sturgeon, salmon and steelhead.

Other nearby locations found on the new map include the Nehalem Hatchery and Vernonia Pond.

Many popular fishing locations are already accessible to disabled anglers, ODFW said. The new map is a guide to such areas.

Hargrave said accessibility varies and some sites may not be suitable for all levels of disability.

The new map can be accessed at http://bit.ly/1y3F0qA.