It’s an island suspended in a forgotten, more innocent time. Relive the simple pleasures of life. From its fine dining to its historic sites and fun-filled attractions, Mackinac Island has something to offer everyone. Rugged outdoor activities, breathtaking coastal views, carriage tours, and horseback riding are just a few pieces of the puzzle that make Mackinac Island a popular, all-encompassing travel destination. On the island, every day is timeless and every night is precious.
Mackinac Island is home to one of America’s oldest established national parks, Mackinac Island State Park, which consumes more than 80 percent of the island’s land and is open to visitors all year long. If you’re a water buff, Mackinac Island boasts great kayaking, boating, sailing, and fishing options; if you prefer to stay on dry land, you can take in the breathtaking views on foot, by bike, or by horse from Lake Shore Boulevard, which encircles the entire eight-mile perimeter of the island.
52 min (41.0 miles)
via Co Rd H63 and I-75 S