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September Stroll to Arch Rock

The summer season draws to a close in the North Woods. Join naturalist Kyle Bagnall for this easy guided stroll along the Mackinac Island Botanical Trail. Along the way we’ll

Arch Rock by Moonlight

Experience Arch Rock by the light of the full moon on a free guided walk with Park Naturalist, Kyle Bagnall. Meet at the Avenue of Flags (behind Fort Mackinac) for

Marchand De Lignery and the Voyageurs

We’ve long interpreted Michilimackinac in the 1770s, toward the end of the British period of occupation. However, Michilimackinac was occupied by the French for more than 40 years. Here’s a story about its rocky beginning in this area.

“Mackinac Rocks!” Open House and Reception

Grand opening and awards reception for the 2024 juried art exhibition at The Richard & Jane Manoogian Mackinac Art Museum, Mackinac Rocks! Co-sponsored by Mackinac Associates, the Mackinac Arts Council, and Mackinac

Fairy Arch by Henry Chapman Ford 1874

Mackinac Island’s Other Arches

Arch Rock is Mackinac Island’s most famous and spectacular limestone formation. A century ago, curious visitors could find two additional arches, also celebrated for their natural beauty and rich traditions.

Archaeology Update

Halfway through the archaeology season we have found some interesting artifacts, the end of some features, and more questions. The root cellar in the southeast corner of the house has