Mackinac Island is listed National Historic Landmark, and covers just 3.8 square miles in Lake Huron and can be reached by ferry or small private plane.
Mackinac Island is the truly “all natural” theme park of America. Limited to transportation of horse and buggy, bicycle or foot, surrounded by water, it has escaped the vast changes of time.
Hike in a majestic, boreal forest in Mackinac Island State Park. Stunning nature will surround you as you bike on a postcard-perfect coastline while admiring dramatic geographic curiosities along the way. Take a kayak trip in the bay or enjoy sailing around the island.
Sit back, relax and take in the views as you take a horse-drawn carriage tour. Stop to see Fort Mackinac and Wings of Mackinac.
With four small malls, the Island is a shopper’s paradise that encompasses everything from ordinary to exotic. The cuisine of Mackinac Island is as diverse and intriguing as the Island itself. From world-renowned chefs to the quaint little eateries.