Sometimes I wade around the water end, or I might climb the mounded sand at the inland end.
There are times when I have had to climb up and over the walls.
Michigan law states that the zone by the water where nothing grows is a public corridor that anyone can walk (unless unsafe, like near power plants). These seawalls attempt to keep the shore from being swept away by the lake, but they turn a stroll on the beach into an obstacle course.
Location:North Lakeport, Michigan