Mackinac Island Travel Guide
Carriages amble through historic streets with stops at the island’s centerpiece: the massive 19th-century Grand Hotel.
It’s a time-honored tradition to explore the island by bike. Rent one here.
It's not as though this six-square-mile island at the juncture of lakes Huron and Michigan is immune to change, but with a ban on motorized vehicles and a position as a National Historic Landmark to maintain, Mackinac's sensibility is decidedly traditional—just the way we like it.
Pick up some homemade fudge at this Mackinac shop - open since 1887.
The 41-year-old Mustang Lounge, a local watering hole, just reopened after a complete renovation.