There is no shortage of things to do in Mackinac Island State Park, Michilimackinac State Park, and Mill Creek State Park. Click the links to below to explore some of the many things you can do on your visit.
Historic Downtown Mackinac is open in the summer months and is included with a Fort Mackinac or Historic Downtown Mackinac ticket.
Michigan’s First State Park. Visitors to this sprawling 1,770 acre park will discover unique geological treasures like Arch Rock and Sugar Loaf, historic sites including Fort Holmes and the Michigan Governor’s Summer Residence, plus more than 70 miles of trails leading through quiet forests and breathtaking vistas of the Straits of Mackinac.
Michigan’s Second State Park. Home to Colonial Michilimackinac and Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse. Michilimackinac State Park is the perfect place to picnic, dip your toes in Lake Huron, and experience some of the best views of the Mackinac Bridge, Mackinac Island, and Straits of Mackinac.
Mackinac State Historic Parks presents three centuries of history at our sites in Mackinaw City and on Mackinac Island.
Adventure abounds at Mackinac State Historic Parks, from a high-flying trek through the treetops to breathtaking vistas on Mackinac Island. Learn more here.
There is legitimately something for everyone at Mackinac State Historic Parks.