Michigan Hotel Reservations
Home to less than 500 permanent residents, Mackinac Island is a city set in northern Michigan in the northwestern point of Lake Heron. Famous for fudge and foot traffic, Mackinac Island covers 4.35 square miles – most of which is encompassed by the Mackinac Island State Park.
Traveled only by foot, bike, or horse – plus golf carts and snowmobiles in appropriate areas – Mackinac Island is the scenic host to annual events like the Chicago to Mackinac Sailboat Race, the Port Huron to Mackinac Boat Race, and the Mackinac Island Lilac Festival.
Originally established in 1875, the Mackinac Island State Park – formerly the Mackinac National Park – is Michigan’s first state park, and features plenty of historic sites and outdoor recreation. Must-sees include Arch Rock, Fort Mackinac, and Skull Cave.
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