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      Man in wheelchair on paved path through old growth forest
      In Michigan,
      Everyone Is
      Welcome.

      Accessible Travel

      Countless adventures are waiting for everyone in Michigan.

      Michigan prides itself on continuing to create a welcoming and accessible environment for visitors with disabilities. With a growing number of accessible parks, trails and recreational activities, as well as sensory-friendly events and attractions, Michigan invites everyone to create unforgettable memories here.
       
      Below are examples of what Michigan communities and attractions offer to visitors of all abilities, and the resources on this page will only continue to grow. Start exploring how to create the perfect vacation for your specific needs in Pure Michigan.  
      Outdoor Adventure
      Explore trails, waterfalls and more waiting to be discovered with accessibility in mind in Michigan's beautiful outdoors
      Accessible Outdoors at Michigan State Parks
      Michigan's state parks have a variety of accessible outdoor activities for travelers to enjoy. From kayak launches to trails and campsites to fishing piers, the opportunities for adventure are endless. 

      Track Chairs →
      Accessibility Permits →
      Destinations & Trip Ideas
      Discover the destinations and attractions with accessible features in Michigan.
      Curb Free with Cory Lee
      Cory Lee has been sharing his travels from around the world through his inspiring travel blog, Curb Free with Cory Lee. See where he's visited in the Great Lakes State to help plan your next getaway. 
      Corey Lee using a Track Chair on a beach in Muskegon.
      Historic buildings at Fayette State Park.
      Things To Do | Resources
      Horse and carriage traveling past a bed and breakfast on Mackinac Island.
      Things To Do | Resources
      The iron ore dock in Marquette's Upper Harbor.
      Resources
      Paved path along the shore in Traverse City.
      Things To Do | Resources
      Charlevoix South Pier Light Station along shoreline of Lake Michigan.
      Things To Do | Resources
      Man in wheelchair visiting an art museum with a service animal.
      Things To Do | Sensory-Friendly | Resources
      The Blockhouse at Muskegon State Park.
      Things To Do | Resources
      Family playing with interactive exhibit at Impression 5.
      Sensory-Friendly
      The St. Joseph Lighthouse on Lake Michigan at sunset.
      Things To Do | Resources
      Airplane exhibit at The Henry Ford Museum.
      Things To Do | Sensory-Friendly | Resources
      Accessible Transportation
      Detroit Metro Airport
      If you're flying into Detroit, there are a variety of accessible services and options available for specific traveler needs.

      The McNamara tunnel, which features an experience of colored lights and sound, can be temporarily suspended for a sensory-friendly environment. 
      Sign giving instructions for how to suspend lights and sounds in McNamara tunnel.
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