Mackinac Island State Park

Mackinac State Historic Parks

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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 exists a quieter way of life away from interstate noise of cities. Over 80 percent of Mackinac Island is within Mackinac Island State Park—free of charge and open year round—where you’ll discover the true natural gems of Mackinac. Whether visiting this island parkland by foot, bike, horseback, or carriage, these many majestic geological wonders and unique historical monuments are visual treasures found only here—on the island sacred to the Ojibwa and Odawa Great Lakes Indian tribes. According to them, this is where life began. You’re invited to discover why.

Location of Mackinac Island State Park

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Mackinac Island Weather

CLOUDY, humidity 73%, barometer 30.21,
wind 17 mph NNE
Rain and snow showers; windy, colder
37°F | 25°F
Rain and snow showers; windy, colder
Mostly sunny and cold
37°F | 29°F
Mostly sunny and cold
45°F | 40°F
Partly sunny
50°F | 43°F
Partly sunny
Intervals of clouds and sunshine
48°F | 39°F
Intervals of clouds and sunshine

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