Photo Courtesy Mackinaw City CVB
Gateway to the UP
Mackinaw City is located at the very top of Michigan's lower peninsula, at the southern side of the Mackinac Bridge.
Gateway to the Upper Peninsula, it is one of the top-of-the-list places to see in Michigan. Experience Colonial Michilimackinac, the Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse and Historic Mill Creek Discovery Park.
Also serves three passenger boat lines to Mackinac Island. Great shopping, our new waterpark, unique attractions, live nightly entertainment, vacation packages and over 50 hotels and resorts.
Colonial Michilimackinac
Step into the 1770s at this reconstructed fort and fur-trading outpost.
Mackinac Bridge
The Mighty Mackinac Bridge connects Michigan's Upper and Lower Peninsulas, with Mackinaw City located at the south end of the bridge.
Icebreaker Mackinaw
Specifically built to keep the Great Lakes shipping lanes open under the harshest winter conditions. Today the Icebreaker Mackinaw is a museum ship open daily from mid-May through mid-October.
Memorial Pageant
Over 400 cast members will re-create events that took place between the French, British and Indian tribes in 1763 in the historically rich Colonial Michilimackinac Pageant
Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse
Explore this 1892 "Castle of the Straits." Costumed guides reveal a restoration in progress, with exhibits, the original Fresnel lens, artifacts and keepers uniforms.
Mackinaw Parasailing
View the straits of Mackinac from a new persepctive. 
Night Gazing
Gaze at the stars, the night sky, the cars as they cross the Mighty Mac. Experience this all on the waterfront in Mackinaw City.
McGulpin Point Night Gazing
"Imagine my elation as we pulled into McGulpin point just looking for a comet when I could so clearly see with my eyes the northern lights dancing with it on the horizon." Courtesy @_davidsargent 
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