Man in wheelchair viewing marsh wayside exhibit
The beautiful 0.5 mile Sand Point Marsh Trail loop is completely wheelchair accessible.

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Sand Point

Marsh Trail

  • The Sand Point Marsh Trail consists of a half-mile wheelchair-accessible boardwalk.
  • The Boardwalk is about 4 feet wide and has railings and benches along the trail.
  • The trail meanders through a cattail marsh, white cedar wetlands, and an open bog. There are wayside exhibit panels along the way.
  • In winter, snow and ice can accumulate on the boardwalk.

Sand Point Beach

  • Paved beach parking area and sidewalks.
  • One picnic table is wheelchair accessible with a pedestal fire grate.
  • A wheelchair-accessible Mobi mat extends from the parking lot to the water’s edge during the summer months.
  • A vault toilet with a concrete floor is located adjacent to the beach and is open year-round.
  • The doors are manual only. There are no sinks or running water.

Munising Falls

  • The falls are reached by an 800-foot paved trail which is slightly uphill and slopes in some sections.
  • The trail also includes wooden boardwalks in some sections.
  • There are a few benches located along the way.
  • In winter, snow and ice can be packed onto the trail and boardwalks.

Munising Falls Visitor Center

  • The Visitor Center is wheelchair accessible.
  • The doors are manual only.
  • The restroom is adjacent to the visitor center and is open 24/7 from May to October.
  • A water fountain and spigot is located outside the restrooms and is operational from May to October.


  • Each of the park’s three drive-in campgrounds has at least one wheelchair-accessible site.
  • Accessible campsites include an extended picnic table, hard-packed tentpad, pedestal fire gate and are located in generator-permitted areas in close proximity to restrooms.
  • These campgrounds are primarily hard-packed dirt.
  • Campground restrooms are vault toilets and only have manual doors. There are no sinks.
  • Campgrounds do not have electrical hookups. Water is available from spigots from mid-May until mid-October.
  • Cell phone coverage is generally unavailable.
  • Holders of an America The Beautiful Senior Pass or Access Pass are eligible for a 50% discount on camping. Learn more about America The Beautiful Passes.


  • The fishing dock at Grand Sable Lake on the park’s east side is wheelchair-accessible. It is installed in the summer months at the lake’s east end.
  • Parking is along Alger County Road H-58. A hard packed trail and then a Mobi mat allows access from the parking area all the way to the dock.
A girl with black hair and a cochlear hearing aid points off of a boardwalk.

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Other Accommodations

  • A Braille introduction to the park pamphlet is available by request at the Munising Visitor Contact Station and for download in a Braille-ready format: PIRO Braille_1.BRF File
  • Assistive Listening Devices are available at Ranger-led programs and lighthouse tours. If you would like an Assistive Listening Device, please ask for one at a Visitor Center.
  • EnChroma filters are installed over all observation scopes throughout the park, allowing those with limited color perception to experience the array of colors at Pictured Rocks.

Last updated: May 8, 2023

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

P.O. Box 40
Munising, MI 49862


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