Located just east of the Mighty Mackinac bridge which joins Michigan's upper and lower peninsulas, Mackinac Island is a unique vacation spot boasting fine dining, historic sites, and exciting attractions.
For centuries, visitors have found this national landmark to be the ideal vacation spot. No cars. No chain hotels. Just world-famous Mackinac Island Fudge, historic Fort Mackinac, unique shopping and diverse dining. Unforgettable sunsets, awe-inspiring sunrises and extraordinary nightlife.
Foodies can take a culinary journy to iconic restaurants, pubs, and hotels with award-wining chefs at the helm. Or, you can find one of many picturesque picnic spots along the beach. If you are looking to get out and about, try renting a bicycle and riding around the perimeter of the island where you will see rock formations and historic landmarks.
You have to get to Mackinac by Ferry so plan on staying at one of the many campgrounds located on either side of the Mighty Mackinac bridge and spending the day on Mackinac Island. Ferrys depart throughout the day from both the upper and lower penninsulas.