Visit one or all six attractions on
Mackinac Island or in Mackinaw City
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    How to Get Here

    Get your Mackinac adventure started today.  Click here for directions to one of our seven amazing parks and attractions. 

  • A Werewolf watches as unsuspecting visitors enter Fort Fright.

    Fort Fright

    Lanterns light your way through an 18th-century fort and fur trading village overrun by werewolves, witches, goblins and ghouls. Storytellers weave spooky folktales near bonfires and treats such as hot mulled cider, cookies and candy can be found throughout the site.


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    Mackinac State Historic Parks Blog

    New, interesting content is updated often on the Mackinac State Historic Parks blog. Click here for more information.

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    Michilimackinac: 300 Years

    Established in 1715, this year marks the tricentennial of Fort Michilimackinac on the shores of the Straits of Mackinac. Special programs and events fill the summer schedule to help tell Michilimackinac’s 300-year-old story.

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    Only Have a Day or Two?

    Even if your trip is short, there’s still plenty to see.  Click to check out The Straits of Mackinac’s must-see attractions and sample itineraries to help you plan every last minute of your visit.

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    Fort Holmes

    The completely reconstructed Fort Holmes is now open to the public at Mackinac Island’s highest point.