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Castle Rock

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2811 Mackinac Trl, Saint Ignace, MI 49781-9755
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Mackinac Bridge History Cruise

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View one of the world's largest suspension bridges from a unique vantage point on a boat tour from Mackinac Island. The short cruise covers more than 100 years of history through illumining live narration on Native American folklore, local shipwrecks, and the history of the 5-mile bridge. Along the way, pass by famous landmarks including Old Mackinac Point Light and Fort Michilimackinac.
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DMM wrote a review Oct 2020
Saint Clair Shores, Michigan13 contributions
Castle rock in saint Ignace, Michigan just across the bridge heading north is well worth the 1.00 it cost to hit the top. My first time at castle rock not knowing there are 207 steps, yes you read that right 207 steps to the top. Well worth the climb,indeed. You can see the mighty Mac from atop castle rock. Don’t worry benches are placed along the way to stop and rest which I had to do twice. Not a bad way to spend a buck. The view is pure Michigan
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Date of experience: October 2020
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jkzoo wrote a review Oct 2020
Mansfield, Ohio753 contributions128 helpful votes
Okay this is cool looking but I expected a more interesting view when i made it to the top. Restaurants were not working which was a disappointment but there are small trails that they tell you not to take when you get near the top - you do the math :)
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Portia T wrote a review Oct 2020
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If you are not going to have a restroom for your customers inside, at least put a porta potty outside. We were going to go up to the Rock, but I had to pee so bad that we had to get back into bumper to bumper traffic to go to the next wayside, then sit in bumper to bumper traffic for an hour just to get to the place to turn around to go back. Wasted a good part of the afternoon just because you don't have a bathroom. Stupid.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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TheHoovers wrote a review Oct 2020
146 contributions24 helpful votes
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It didn’t take too long to reach the top and when you do, it is a beautiful view! You do have to pay $1 to go on it.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Hernando E wrote a review Sep 2020
Vienna, West Virginia120 contributions13 helpful votes
The road to get there from town is a little confusing (you have to cross an Interstate exit ramp) From the outside, it appears to be the stereotypical tourist trap The fee to climb the stairs to the top is $1...well worth it. The climb is strenuous...I don't believe it is ADA accessible (but I could be wrong about that). The view from the top is well worth the climb...Lake Huron in one direction, and a big forest in the other. Overall a worthwhile experience
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Date of experience: September 2020
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