The jewel of the Great Lakes. Enjoy beautiful vistas, shopping, and carriage rides during the day, and watch the city transform at night with its happening music and bar scene. Mackinac Island has something for everyone.
Mackinac Island - Suspension bridge
Mackinac Island - Marina
Mackinac Island - Marina
Mackinac Island - Sunset
Mackinac Island - Cannon
You will find over 1,500 bikes to rent on Mackinac Island including Fat Tire Bikes. You will also find electric scooters, burleys for the kids, tandems for the romantics and wheelchairs for rent.
Thanks to a diverse list of activities that offers something for the whole family, you’ll never find yourself without something to do on Mackinac Island. Throughout your stay, you’ll be able to experience the community’s history first hand at museums and historic sites, explore the natural beauty of the Island’s parks and much more.
Tour The Island
A popular way to get a closer look at the Island and its history is through horse-drawn carriage tours, where you’ll be led by a well-informed guide for an intimate and informative experience. Drive-your-own buggies are also available for vacationers who prefer to direct themselves.
If you’d rather move on foot, there are plenty of walking tours available. Plus, the Mackinac Island State Park, which covers more than 80% of the Island, is open for your exploration.
Touring Mackinac by bicycle is easy, too – both bikes and electric scooters are available at a variety of locations across the Island. And there’s plenty of ground to cover, with over 70 miles of natural and paved trails to keep you occupied all day long.
Look To The Past
Mackinac Island’s many historic sites and museums make it easy for visitors to enjoy an in-depth look into the area’s background. History buffs are sure to marvel over Fort Mackinac and Fort Holmes, which were captured by British forces in the War of 1812. Both forts are now open to visitors keen to delve deeper into the area’s past.
Plenty of museums are located throughout the community of Mackinac Island. You’ll find establishments focused on a number of subjects, from the arts to the history of carriages.
Water Activities And Sports
No Mackinac vacation is complete without a bit of time spent on the water. At Mackinac Island, a myriad of boating tours are available on watercraft ranging from sailboats to kayaks. Visitors can also spend a relaxing day fishing on the Straits of Mackinac, or if they’d like to up the ante, learning to parasail.
If you prefer your sports on the comfort of dry land, the Island offers uniquely designed golf courses where you can refine your skills or simply unwind in good company.
What is it about an island and vacations? It’s a natural fit on Mackinac Island. You have an Island where the automobile never replaced the horse and carriage. You have lodging properties where corporations never replaced family ownership. You have a Revolutionary era Fort where the British couldn’t permanently replace Americans. You have Fudge Stores where box recipes never replaced our 19th Century recipes. You have a place to leave your routine, discover the rhythm of waves and horse-clops and a place that getting to is half the fun.
• Arch Rock
• Mackinac Island State Park
• Fort Mackinac
• Fort Holmes
• Round Island Lighthouse
• Horse & Carriage Tours
• Wawashkamo Golf Club
• The Haunted Theatre
Below is a small selection of the Mackinac Island holidays we offer. If you would like us to create a USA holiday including Mackinac Island just for you, give us a call.
Below is a small selection of the hotels we offer in Mackinac Island.
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