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


There are countless adventures 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 fall vacation for your specific needs in Pure Michigan.  
Trip Ideas & Outdoor Adventure
Scroll through the slides below to explore outdoor recreation, attractions and destinations with accessible features in Michigan.
Beach Accessibility in Michigan
Many of Michigan's state parks have made accessibility a priorty, with some offering wheelchair accessible ramps, wide paved pathways, mobility mats and even beach or track wheelchairs.
Offering Alternative Therapy
We are focused on "Changing Lives Through The Healing Power Of Horses"
Accessible Campsites
Michigan State Parks have accessible camping options with access routes to several types of lodging.

Accessible Campsites →
Accessible Lodging Options →
Authorized RV Rental Agencies and State Parks They Will Deliver To →
ADA Compliant State Park Trail Chairs | Under the Radar
The Under the Radar team learns about the "Action Track mobility chair," which enables everyone the opportunity to enjoy the views and trails at Tahquamenon Falls State Park.
Accessible Hunting Opportunities
Hunting is a time-honored tradition in Michigan.

Discover accessible hunting opportunities and locations with accessible features to make the most of your hunting season.
Experience History at The Henry Ford
Learn about The Henry Ford's comprehensive visitor's information and programs for guests with disabilities. 
Visitors exploring indoor aviation exhibits at The Henry Ford
Explore the Grand Rapids Area
At Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park in Grand Rapids, indoor and outdoor spaces are barrier-free and tram tours are available. 

Find more attractions and things to do in the area in Grand Rapids' Accessibility Guide.
Tram tour driving by a sculpture at Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park
Ocqueoc Falls: Welcoming Waters with Universal Appeal
Ocqueoc Falls is the nation's first universally accessible waterfall.
Water flowing over rocks at Ocqueoc Falls
Paddle Sports: Accessible Launches in Michigan
Find accessible launches around Michigan to plan your perfect day paddling out on the water. 
Kayaker preparing to launch from an accessible launch in Michigan
Michigan's Adventure Amusement Park
Learn about Michigan's Adventure's accessibility and sensory friendly programs for visitors with disabilities.
Children playing in the water park at Michigan's Adventure Amusement Park
Sensory Friendly Activities in the Greater Lansing Area
Check out the Greater Lansing Area for a variety of sensory friendly performances, activities, events and accommodations.
Family learning at sensory friendly and interactive water exhibit at Impression 5 in Lansing
Accessible Skiing
Michigan is the birthplace of organized skiing. Explore ski resorts and programs where everyone can enjoy the thrill of this winter activity.

Ski Safe This Winter → 
Challenge Mountain →
Michigan Adaptive Sports →
Mt. Brighton Adaptive Sports Program →
Moving Mountains Adaptive Program →
Skiers on accessible sit skis