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Mackinac Bridge on the Straits of Mackinac
Part of Interstate 75, Mackinac Bridge is the western hemisphere's longest suspension bridge, and the world’s third longest total suspension bridge.
Each Labor Day, the Mackinac Bridge Authority holds the Mackinac Bridge Walk – while the bridge itself connects visitors to attractions like Bridge View Park, Fort Michilimackinac State Historic Park, and the Old Mackinaw Point Lighthouse.
Opened to traffic in 1957, Mackinac Bridge is 552 feet tall – with a vertical clearance of 200 feet – and stretches for 26,372 feet. Operated by the Mackinac Bridge Authority, the structure is a major tourist stop for Mackinac Island visitors.
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