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Beaches

A beach with an accessible walkway leading down to the water

Beaches

Accessible Beaches

The following beaches provide either a stable surface to allow easier access to the waterfront, a beach access chair (a lightweight all-terrain wheelchair that can also go into the water) or both.

Bay City State Park

This beach offers an accessible walkway down to the waterfront (seasonally).

This park also has a beach wheelchair that is available for use year-round.

Brighton Recreation Area

This beach offers an accessible walkway down to the waterfront.

This park also has a beach wheelchair that is available for use.

Dodge #4 State Park

This beach offers an accessible walkway down to the waterfront.

Fort Custer Recreation Area

There is an accessible walkway down to the waterfront.

Grand Haven State Park

This beach offers an accessible walkway down to the waterfront.

This park also has a beach wheelchair that is available for use.

Harrisville State Park

There is water access from the campground with an accessible walkway.

Hoffmaster State Park

There are two beach wheelchairs available to borrow (call the park or check at the contact station).

Holland State Park

This beach offers an accessible walkway down to the waterfront.

This park also has a beach wheelchair that is available for use.

Interlochen State Park

This beach offers an accessible walkway down to the waterfront.

This park also has a beach wheelchair that is available for use.

Island Lake

Kent Lake beach offers an accessible walkway down to the waterfront.

Lakeport State Park

This beach offers an accessible walkway down to the waterfront.

Ludington State Park

There is an accessible walkway down to the waterfront in the Lake Michigan day-use area.

There are beach wheelchairs available to borrow in both the Lake Michigan and Hamlin Lake day-use areas.

McLain State Park

This beach offers an accessible walkway down to the waterfront.

Mears State Park

This beach offers an accessible walkway down to the waterfront.

This park also has a beach wheelchair that is available for use.

Metamora-Hadley Recreation Area

This beach offers an accessible walkway from the concession stand to the beach, and across the beach down to the waterfront.

Muskegon State Park

This beach offers an accessible walkway down to the waterfront.

This park also has a beach wheelchair that is available for use.

Otsego Lake State Park

This beach offers an accessible walkway down to the waterfront.

This park also has a beach wheelchair that is available for use.

Petoskey State Park

There is an accessible walkway down to the waterfront in the day-use area on Lake Michigan.

A beach wheelchair is available to borrow. Please visit the concession store located in the beach house.

Seven Lakes State Park

The beach offers an accessible mat down to the water.

Silver Lake State Park

There are two beach wheelchairs available to borrow, one located at the park entrance booth near the lighthouse parking lot and the second at the campground office.

Sleepy Hollow State Park

This beach offers an accessible walkway down to the waterfront.

This park also has a beach wheelchair that is available for use.

South Higgins State Park

There is an accessible walkway down to the waterfront (near the boat launch).

A beach wheelchair that is available to borrow by calling the park or visiting the campground office.

Tawas Point State Park - unavailable

The walkway is not available at this time due to high water.

Traverse City State Park

There is an accessible walkway down to the waterfront.

A beach wheelchair is available to borrow.

Warren Dunes State Park

There are three accessible walkways between the day-use sidewalk and water.

There are two beach/aqua wheelchairs available to borrow at the ranger station.

Wells State Park

This beach offers an accessible walkway down to the waterfront.

Wilderness State Park

There is an accessible walkway down to the waterfront.

A beach wheelchair that is available to borrow from the campground host (campsite #416).

Young State Park

There is an accessible walkway down to the waterfront.