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Mackinac Island Attractions

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What's new for 22

What's New for '22?

We have a TON of new things for 2022, including new exhibits at Fort Mackinac and the American Fur Co. Store & Dr. Beaumont Museum, a major anniversary, new tours and programs, new publications, and much more!

Seasonal Positions

Employment Opportunities

Experience Mackinaw City and Mackinac Island in an entirely new way - spend the season working with us! We're hiring for Guest Services, Park Operations, and Museum Programs.

Field Trips

Field Trips and Immersive Programs

It's never too early to start planning your school trip to Mackinaw City and Mackinac Island. Learn all about field trip options, group rates, and incredible immersive experiences here.

Upcoming Events

Recurring

Mackinac – Our Famous Island

Center for the Arts Mackinac Island

The Mackinac Arts Council presents Mackinac - Our Famous Island in the Center for the Arts at Mission Point every Sunday May 1 - October 23. Admission is free. #thisismackinac... Read more »

Spring Birding Stroll on Mackinac Island

Mackinac Island State Park Mackinac Island

The woods and waters of Mackinac Island are home to a broad diversity of bird life. Join Park Naturalist, Kyle Bagnall, on a search for warblers and other spring migrants... Read more »

Featured Blogs

5 Things For Kids to See at Historic Fort Mackinac

Visiting historic Fort Mackinac on Michigan’s Mackinac Island is less of a lesson in history than it is an experience of it. Here are five places to see on a visit to Fort Mackinac with the family:

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View from the Tea Room

A Perfect Day in Mackinac Island State Park

There is no wrong way to see and visit Mackinac Island. But what could a perfect day look like visiting ONLY Mackinac Island State Park? Learn more here.

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Natural Springs of Mackinac Island

Mackinac Island is blessed with a number of natural springs which percolate through limestone bedrock. Some, like Dwightwood Spring and Croghan Water, are well known. Others not as much. Learn more about them here.

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