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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Haunted Theatre
Haunted TheatreHaunted Theatre
Huron Street
Mackinac Island, MI 49757
231-818-0527

Family Fun attraction. Screaming Fun for Everyone.

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Headlands International Dark Sky Park
Headlands International Dark Sky ParkHeadlands International Dark Sky Park
15675 Headlands Road
Mackinaw City, MI 49701
231-348-1704
The Headlands became an International Dark Sky Park in May of 2011, one of the first 10 in the entire world! What it means: The sky over the 600 acre Headlands park will be protected from the effects of light pollution, forever! Stargazers, astronomers, photographers and dark-sky enthusiasts visit the park knowing that they will have an undiluted night sky of the celestial wonders above. There are 2.5 miles of shoreline along this park, where visitors gather year round for programming and for independent stargazing. Headlands is located 2 miles west of downtown Mackinaw City; it is open every day, 24 hours a day, at no charge. Programs are held monthly and are also free.
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Hessel Ridge Golf
Hessel Ridge GolfHessel Ridge Golf
2061 N. Three Mile Rd.
Hessel, MI 49745
Par 70 119/68.5 Hessel Ridge Golf has taken its place as one of the most picturesque layouts in the Upper Peninsula. Its plush fairways, tree-lined boundaries and perfectly groomed greens accentuate the beauty of Hessel Ridge. The course is an 18 hole layout, set on a ridge above the town of Hessel. The rolling wooded layout provides a park-like setting for golfers of all skill levels. Power carts, pull carts and rental clubs are available. Hessel Ridge offers great grass, great views and great golf at reasonable rates.
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Hidden River Golf & Casting Club
Hidden River Golf & Casting ClubHidden River Golf & Casting Club
7688 Maple River Rd.
Brutus, MI 49716
Par 72 140/74.3 Created on a one-in-a-million piece of property, the course has unique features including stand of pine, hardwoods, elevation changes on the Maple River winding through the site, 5 tee selections will test all levels of golfers. Creative Italian & Continental Cuisine in the Rainbow Room. Golf & Fly Fishing excursionsm available.
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Historic Downtown Mackinac Island
Historic Downtown Mackinac IslandHistoric Downtown Mackinac Island
P.O. Box 370
Mackinac Island, MI 49757
906-847-3328
Once the hub of the bustling fur trade, Mackinac Island served as a commercial depot for half a century of fur trappers and traders.
  • Take Ferry
  • Historical Attraction
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Historic Mill Creek
Historic Mill CreekHistoric Mill Creek
P.O. Box 873
Mackinaw City, MI 47901
231-436-4100
Originally constructed by Scotsman Robert Campbell in the 1780s, Historic Mill Creek is one of the first industrial sites in the Great Lakes. A reconstructed 18th century water-powered sawmill is nestled in a 625-acre wooded setting with nature trails and forest management displays. Accredited by the American Association of Museums. Open daily mid-May through September.
Hours of Operation (Seasonal May-Oct):
  • Pet Friendly
  • Historical Attraction
  • Historical Tour
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Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum
Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime MuseumIcebreaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum
131 South Huron Avenue
Mackinaw City, MI 49701
231-436-9825
USCG ICEBREAKER MACKINAW WAGB-83 "An American Hero Story". "The Queen of the Great Lakes" was built as part of the war effort during World War II to meet the heavy demands of war materials and transportation during the winter months. Decommissioned in 2006, she now resides at her namesake home of Mackinaw City, Michigan, and is open for public tours and group events. Visit the Mess Deck, Engine Room, offices and more and hear the story of the Mackinaw's 62-year career breaking ice on the Great Lakes and serving as a goodwill ambassador throughout the region.
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Jack Pine Lumberjack Shows
Jack Pine Lumberjack ShowsJack Pine Lumberjack Shows
PO Box 673
Mackinaw City, MI 49701
231-436-5225
Jack Pine Lumberjack Show is a journey back into the last 1800's when logging was king in the Northwood Michigan. Watch as two rival camps compete for the title of "Bull of the Woods" in chopping, logrolling and more. Shows 7 days a week at 7:30pm. Covered grandstands; shows perform rain or shine. Great fun for all ages.
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Jack's Livery Stable
Jack's Livery StableJack's Livery Stable
7754 Mahoney Ave.
Mackinac Island, MI 49757
906-847-3391

Tour Mackinac Island with your own horse and buggy! Let the horse do the work while your family rides in comfort. The Mackinac Island State Park covers 82% of this beautiful and historic island and we can direct you to a route which will take you along scenic Lake Shore Drive with a panoramic view of the Mackinac Bridge.

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Kewadin Casino
Kewadin Casino
3039 Mackinac Trail
St. Ignace, MI 49781
Kewadin Casinos offer Vegas-style gaming and entertainment with over 2300 slots, blackjack, poker, craps, roulette, Bingo & Live Keno action!
Tags: Casino
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Le Sault de Ste. Marie Historical Sites, Inc.
Le Sault de Ste. Marie Historical Sites, Inc.
501 E Water Street
Sault Ste. Marie, MI 49783
906-632-3658
The historic 1917 Museum Ship VALLEY CAMP with over 100 exhibits, including the huge fresh-water aquariums, the Edmund Fitzgearld lifeboats and memorial.Glimpse into the crew's working conditions as you tour all three levls of this 550 ft lake freighter. Take in the panoramic view from the top of the 210 foot Tower of History. Also featured are local artifacts and a historical video of Sault Ste. Marie. Visit www.towerofhistory.com
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Mackinac Bridge
Mackinac BridgeMackinac Bridge
Mackinac Bridge
Mackinaw City, MI 49701
The Mackinac Bridge is the one of the world's most beautiful bridges and the longest suspension bridge in the Americas, with a total length of 8,614 feet suspended. It is currently the third longest suspension bridge in the world .
Tags: Landmark
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Mackinac Island Bike Rental
Mackinac Island Bike Rental
Main Street
Mackinac Island, MI 49757
906-847-6337
See us for the best Island bike rentals, repairs and accessories. Two convenient locations: next to Shepler's ferry dock on Main Street, and on Hoban Street at Lake View Hotel. Every rental comes with a free helmet, basket and bottle of water. Call (906) 847-6337.
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Mackinac Old Time Trolley Co.
Mackinac Old Time Trolley Co.Mackinac Old Time Trolley Co.
Across from Star Line
Mackinaw City, MI 49701

We offer two types of trolley tours. (1) In the morning, we have a local historical and orientation tour which lasts about one hour for $7.95. (2) We offer a two hour historical tour in the evening which goes over the bridge to a park on the Upper Peninsula side for only $9.95 per person.

Many on vacation advisor sites say these are a “must do event” and give a five star rating for both tours!
Please buy tokens early to allow hotels to communicate tour numbers with us!

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Mackinac State Historic Parks
Mackinac State Historic ParksMackinac State Historic Parks
P.O. Box 873
Mackinaw City, MI 49701
231-436-4100
Mackinac State Historic Parks - Experience Mackinac's Family Adventure! Explore and enjoy Fort Mackinac on Mackinac Island and Colonial Michilimackinac, Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse, and Mill Creek Discovery Park in Mackinaw City. Open Daily from early May through mid-October.
  • Historical Attraction
  • Historical Tour
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