Mackinac Island Vacation Travel & Recreation
Welcome To Mackinac
Take a journey to Mackinac Island and you'll find the best part of the past all around you. Step off the ferry and immerse yourself in a new world: guests wait for horse carriages to whisk them to their hotels and families ride bicycles - yes, mom, dad and the kids, all together - through the streets downtown.
Some visitors come to Mackinac Island for the elegant places to stay - Grand Hotel, Hotel Iroquois, Mission Point Resort, The Inn at Stonecliffe, Chippewa Hotel - or other Historic Hotels and Bed & Breakfast Inns. Others for the rich history of Fort Mackinac and Market Street. Still others come to shop and to hear the clippety-clop of the horses and take a scenic carriage tour or ride bicycles around the shoreline of the island. And almost everyone, of course, saunters into one of the many sweet-smelling candy shops downtown for a taste (or two or more) of creamy Mackinac Island Fudge.
One of the best ways to visit Mackinac Island is to find a place to stay on the island and experience the entire day - from sunrise to sunset - and watch the lights come on in the evening. Our Interactive Lodging Guide will help you find the perfect Resort, Historic Hotel or Bed & Breakfast Inn on Mackinac Island.