Official Mackinaw City Chamber of Tourism

Mackinaw City
Attractions

Many opportunities await you in Mackinaw City! Explore the historical Mackinac parks, take a ferry to timeless Mackinac Island, or enjoy everything downtown Mackinaw City has to offer.

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Animal Tracks
Animal TracksAnimal Tracks
220 South Huron
Mackinaw City, MI 49701
231-436-7044
Mackinaw City's Favorite Adventure Golf Course! Learn about Northern Michigan wildlife while playing in a scenic environment with crashing waterfalls & rock bridges! Match the animals with their tracks and win a free game! Open Late!!!
Hours of Operation:
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Adrenaline Falls Adventure Zipline
Adrenaline Falls Adventure ZiplineAdrenaline Falls Adventure Zipline
302 South Huron
Mackinaw City, MI 49701
231-436-5630
Feel the adrenaline soar as you glide through the air on two ziplines! The ziplines coast above a landscape filled with waterfalls and lush scenery. Located right above Starbucks in downtown Mackinaw City at the corner of Huron and Crossings Dr.
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Algoma Central Railway - Agawa Canyon Train
Algoma Central Railway - Agawa Canyon Train
129 Bay St.
Sault Ste Marie, MI 0
705-946-7300
One day wilderness rail excursions to Agawa Canyon. Travel 114 miles north of Sault Ste. Marie over towering trestles, alongside pristine northern lakes and rivers and through awesome granite rock formations of the Canadian Shield. Located an hour north of Mackinaw City.
Tags: Landmark
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Big Bear Adventures
Big Bear AdventuresBig Bear Adventures
4271 S Straits Hwy
Indian River, MI 49749
Exciting canoe, kayak, raft & tube trips down the beautiful, crystal clear Sturgeon River. Trips of various lengths for all ages/skill levels from challenging high adventure to relaxing family floats
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Black Lake Golf Club
Black Lake Golf ClubBlack Lake Golf Club
2800 Maxon Road
Onaway, MI 49765
989-733-4653
Par 72 140/74.3 Natinally acclaimed architect Rees Jones' first Northern Michigan course is Black Lake Golf Club and it bears his trademark of top-notch quality and playability. This course has been selected by Golf Digest as the "2nd Best New Upscale Public Course for 2000" and Golf Magazine has selected Black Lake as one of the "Top Ten You Can Play" public access courses in the country. Complimenting the big course is the unique "Little Course", a par 3 pitch and putt, plus a double-ended bentgrass range.
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Original Mackinac Island Butterfly House
Original Mackinac Island Butterfly HouseOriginal Mackinac Island Butterfly House
6750 McGulpin Street
Mackinac Island, MI 49757
906-847-3972
Located behind St. Anne's Church in downtown Mackinac Island. We fly 800+ live butterflies in a beautiful garden. A must see during your island visit.
Hours of Operation (Seasonal May-Oct):
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Mackinac Island Carriage Tours, Inc.
Mackinac Island Carriage Tours, Inc.Mackinac Island Carriage Tours, Inc.
7278 Main St
Mackinac Island, MI 49757
906-847-3307
Prepare yourself for a tour like no other! What you will experience is by far the most enjoyable and authentic way to view the island. Keep in mind there are no set departure times. You will be on the next available carriage Approximate tour time: 1 hour & 45 minutes. Tickets may be purchased on-site or at the front desk of mainland hotels.
Hours of Operation (Seasonal May-Oct):
  • Pet Friendly
  • Historical Tour
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Cindy's Riding Stable
Cindy's Riding StableCindy's Riding Stable
7447 Market Street
Mackinac Island, MI 49775
906-847-3572
Enjoy beautiful Mackinac by horseback!? Visit Cindy's Riding Stable on Market Street and our guides will find a riding horse to match your abilities.? We can either accompany you on your ride or let you tour on your own.  We have provided riding horses for Mackinac visitors since 1953.
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Colonial Michilimackinac
Colonial MichilimackinacColonial Michilimackinac
P.O. Box 873
Mackinac City, MI 49701
231-436-4100
Reconstructed 1715 French fur-trading village and military outpost, later occupied by British military and traders. Today features re-enactments from British 1770s occupation/American Revolution era. National Historic Landmark. Accredited by American Association of Museums.
Hours of Operation (Seasonal May-Oct):
  • Historical Attraction
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    Emma J. Sport Fishing Charters
    Emma J. Sport Fishing ChartersEmma J. Sport Fishing Charters
    15985 U.S. 23 N
    Millersburg, MI 49759
    989-370-6967
    Captain Dave Gumtow and Dave Hija have over 25 years experience on northern Lake Huron and the “Emma J” Charter Fishing Boat is a great lakes “state of the art”, long range, battle cruiser awaiting to make your vacation dreams come true.
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    Fort Mackinac
    Fort MackinacFort Mackinac
    P.O. Box 370
    Mackinac Island, MI 49757
    906-847-3328
    Accurately, professionally restored 18th and 19th century British and U.S. military outpost with 14 original historic buildings. National Historic Landmark founded in 1780. Abandoned by the military, the fort became part of Michigan's first state park, Mackinac Island State Park, in 1895. From 1875-1895 it was America's second national park, Mackinac National Park, after Yellowstone. Accredited by the American Association of Museums. Open daily, mid-May to mid-Oct.
    Hours of Operation (Seasonal May-Oct):
    • Take Ferry
    • Pet Friendly
    • Historical Attraction
    • Historical Tour
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    GarLyn Zoological Park
    GarLyn Zoological ParkGarLyn Zoological Park
    W9104 US-2
    Naubinway, MI 49762
    906-477-1085
    GarLyn Zoo is home to hundreds of native North American Animals including, Alligator, Badgers, Fox, Wolves, Bobcat, Whitetail deer, Javelina, Cougar, River Otter, Porcupine, Bison,as well as exotic animals from around the world, Siberian Tigers, Syrian Brown Bear (Grizzly), Patagonian Cavy, Ring-tailed Lemur, Camel, Reindeer, Sika deer, Sulcata Tortoise just to name a few.
    Hours of Operation (Seasonal May-Oct):
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    Great Lakes School of Wooden Boat Building
    Great Lakes School of Wooden Boat BuildingGreat Lakes School of Wooden Boat Building
    485 S. Meridian
    Cedarville, MI 49719
    906-484-1081
    The Great Lakes Boat Building School, located in the beautiful Les Cheneaux Islands of northern Michigan, offers a diverse program designed “to teach quality wooden boat building skills, to preserve craftsmanship and continue our Great Lakes heritage”. From summer workshops to a full-time, nine month curriculum, the school will feature classes in basic woodworking, joinery, basic design and lofting, restoration, repair, small craft construction, and modern day materials and techniques.
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    Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum
    Great Lakes Shipwreck MuseumGreat Lakes Shipwreck Museum
    18335 Whitefish Road
    Paradise, MI 49768
    800-635-1742
    Exhibits tell the stories of wrecked ships & lives lost on the Great Lakes. Highlights include Edmund Fitzgerald memorial featuring the ship's bell, 1861 Lightkeeper's Quarters, Theater, Museum Store & sweeping views of the Shipwreck Coast.
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