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Michigan's first state park. This is Mackinac Island State Park, a landscape characterized by high limestone bluffs, beautiful vistas of sparkling water, vibrant forests, and mystical geological formations. With automobiles banned since 1898, here...more
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We took the carriage ride & thoroughly enjoyed the ride in the park. We had 2 drivers one going & the 2nd one who was with the 3 horse ride. Both of them were nice & funny. Would recommend to any one to take this...More
My wife and I enjoyed our guided tour and visit of Mackinac Island State Park via a carriage ride in early September 2018. We took a couple of carriage tours of the park and island. Our drivers were very personable and had lots of interesting...More
A must see! Over eighty percent of Mackinac Island is State Park property, and most of this parkland remains in its natural condition to be enjoyed. It has a great variety of historic and natural resources. I observed historic landmarks, breathtaking vistas, spectacular rock formations,...More
The island was a cool place to visit. Very quaint and scenic. The most impressive thing is theres no horse poop in the streets. Lol. September is a great time to visit, as most of the island will be closing in October. The weather is...More
the entire island smells like horse manure.
it's crowded with tourist and bikes, slow people who just wander around and not know what they are doing or where they are going.
fudge is full of sugar. most hotels are expensive.
paths are nice, but crowded...More
There are full restrooms at Arch Rock and British Landing, and a pit toilet up at Fort Holmes. Starting in 2019 a restroom and shelter building will be built near Fort Mackinac.
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There are not any beaches in the traditional sense. People will go swimming near British Landing quite often, along with other areas off M185. There are no sandy shores, however, so a good pair of water shoes are... More
There are not any beaches in the traditional sense. People will go swimming near British Landing quite often, along with other areas off M185. There are no sandy shores, however, so a good pair of water shoes are recommended.