Accessibility Services Program

SAIL strives to be the conduit in making sure all locations, services, and information are accessible to everyone in our community, including people who live with a disability. The Accessibility Services program was designed to provide accessibility support services to any business or organization in any county in the U.P. via a fee-for-service. Our staff will assist you with learning more about the types of challenges or barriers that individuals living with all types of disabilities face in the community. Your business or organization will gain a working knowledge of best practices regarding how to ensure all individuals are welcomed and can access all aspects of your work or products to improve your bottom line and guarantee improved success!

Contact SAIL at 906-228-5744 for more information and to request a menu of services.

Accessibility Guide to Marquette County

Travel Marquette has partnered with SAIL since 2019 to provide a listing of accessible restaurants, businesses, hotels, and recreation sites! Our Accessibility Services team has visited each place in the guide to help make your trip planning easier.

For more information, view the Travel Marquette Accessibility page at

Accessibility In Action!

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Track Chairs

Track chairs help visitors explore areas of the park where traditional wheelchairs might not. These off-road, electronic chairs can easily handle trails, snow, sand and up to 8 inches of water.Track Chair available for use at no cost at Tahquamenon Falls State Park in the U.P.


Michigan State Parks

In Michigan, you’re always within a half hour of a state park, trail or campground. Fortunately, the state of Michigan and the Department of Natural Resources have teamed up to make state parks and recreation more accessible for people with disabilities.


Michigan Accessible Recreation

We have a strong focus on making Michigan’s natural resources available for people of all ability to enjoy. You will find a wide variety of accessible recreation features at our state parks, campgrounds, boating access sites, state game areas, trails and more.


MI ADA Steering Committee

The Great Lakes ADA Center provides information, problem solving assistance and referrals for implementing the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and other related laws and can be reached at 800-949-4232 between 9:00 AM and 6:00 PM (EST).


Travel Accessibility Resources

While traveling with a disability can be challenging, it can also provide a host of physical and mental benefits. Exploring the world allows a person to expand their horizons, gain new experiences, and change their perceptions. Preparing for plane travel can be a time-consuming endeavor, but with the help of airline representatives, travel agents, and friends or family, those with disabilities can enjoy a safe and fun trip on any airline.


Michigan Disability Resources

Welcome to Michigan’s first website devoted specially to the interests, concerns, and needs of Michiganians with disabilities. Of Michigan’s nearly 10 million residents, about 1.9 million have a disability. That’s one in every five residents.

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