The visitor center and first floor of the Roosevelt Cottage and the Hubbard Cottage are wheelchair accessible. A video tour of the second floor of the Roosevelt Cottage, as well as the entire cottage, is available for viewing upon request.
The film shown at the visitor center is captioned and audio-enhanced. Audio description of the film using headsets is also available.
Many of the facilities in the natural area are accessible as well. Accessible restrooms are available at Friar's Head, Eagle Hill Bog, and Raccoon Beach. Friar's Head also features an accessible ramp to the observation deck.
Visitor center staff are available to answer additional questions about accessibility.
Did You Know?
Mulholland Point Lighthouse was built in 1885. Alhough the lighthouse is not open to the public today, visitors can walk the grounds and enjoy views of Lubec, Maine.