Photo by Todd and Brad Reed Photography
One of the most famous sights in Mackinaw City is the Mackinac Bridge. This spectacular bridge spans the Straits of Mackinac and connects the Lower Peninsula’s Mackinaw City with the Upper Peninsula’s St. Ignace. Mackinac Island visitors can reach the island by one of three Mackinaw City ferry lines.
There is so much to see and do in Mackinaw City. This is a region that is rich in history. Colonial Michilimackinac, a 1770’s era fort and fur trading center, has been restored and reconstructed to offer a glimpse of life 240 years ago. Historic Mill Creek Discovery Park and the Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse complete the historic offerings in Mackinaw City.
Mackinaw City is not just about summer! Visit in the winter and enjoy some of our special events such as Winterfest each January.
Mackinaw City has great shopping, lodging, dining, and things to do.
Come for a weekend or bring the family for a longer stay. Four seasons of fun is waiting for you!
Mackinaw City Chamber of Commerce
707 N. Huron Ave., Mackinaw City, MI, 49701
Northern Michigan is filled with activities and is a year ’round place and visitor information can help with planning Up North visits.
Ernest Hemingway spent part of his first 22 years in Northern Michigan and now, his fans flock to the Petoskey area to walk in his footsteps.
Visit Harbor Springs! A Northern Michigan classic any time of year for a variety of things to do. A destination that must be seen!
Visit Boyne City! Nestled along Lake Charlevoix, Boyne City is a gem in Northern Michigan’s crown of jewels.
Visit Mackinac Island for an adventure by bicycle or horse carriage! Visit and stay at the Grand Hotel and see all this island has to offer!
Come visit Petoskey! This 6,000 person community nestled on the shores of Lake Michigan is sure to please with something to do every season!
Visit Mackinaw City’s location at the most Northern tip in the lower peninsula for the perfect destination for visitors!
Mackinaw and Mackinac are pronounced the same way. Why? It’s the area’s rich history with the Native Americans, French, and British.
Make your next visit to Charlevoix! Sailing, boat, golfing, and beach going await for every visitor that comes to Charlevoix.