Created by Re Carroll on June 28, 2001
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Mackinac Island sits between Michigan's upper and lower peninsulas and has been popular since the late 1800s. Although small in size it is a huge tourist magnet due to the natural beauty and charm of the island that appears to be stuck in a Victorian era time warp.
Created by Chengbuck on August 18, 2006
Beautiful Island where cars are not allowed. People travel via horseback or bicycle.
Created by ibergie on April 30, 2006
An early April visit beats the tourist crowd, but don't forget to bring winter clothing!
Created by MichTraveler on March 22, 2006
Fall weekend on Mackinac Island, Michigan. Quaint island bed-and-breakfast on an island with NO cars!
Created by thewanderingpoet518 on August 21, 2005
As a kid, I used to walk the road in front of the Grand Hotel on Mackinac Island and think, "Someday I'll stay there." Thirty years later, my son and daughter have enjoyed the visits to the hotel as much as my wife and I.
Created by karameister on June 22, 2005
If you need a spot to take a break and get away from life, Mackinac Island is the spot for you! It may be a tourist destination, but it's laid-back and fun.
Created by Gypsy Canuck on June 17, 2005
We took just a day visit to see the lilacs in bloom on the island. Once a year, the festival stars the blooms and the island comes alive with natural colors.
Created by scubadiva on August 7, 2004
Mackinac Isalnd is a very unique place. There are no motorized forms of transportation. To get around the island you walk, ride a bike, or use the horse and buggy taxi!
Created by ilocap on November 26, 2003
A look at the island and what to do.
Created by towens on May 22, 2002
michigan history and splendor but at a cost