Michilimackinac State Park

Michigan’s second state park. 

This is Mackinac.

Michilimackinac State Park was established in 1909. Situated at the tip off Michigan’s lower peninsula, the park is bounded on the north by the beautiful waters of the Straits of Mackinac. It is the site of Colonial Michilimackinac, one of the most important fur trading posts of the 18th century, and Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse, known as the “Castle on the Straits” upon its completion.

For more than 100 years local residents and tourists alike have enjoyed the scenic beauty and remarkable history of Michilimackinac State Park.

Highlights

Beautiful Views

Michilimackinac State Park sits at the northern-most point of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan, and offers an unparalleled view of the Mackinac Bridge, Straits of Mackinac, Mackinac Island, and the Upper Peninsula. The Mackinac Bridge actually cuts through the park.

Historic Sites and Monuments

The park is home to two historic attractions: Colonial Michilimackinac and Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse. The Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse Signal Tower also resides within the park.

Bridgeview Gazebo

The Bridgeview Gazebo is nestled in the middle of the park and is available for wedding ceremonies. Click here for more information.

Picnic and BBQ Areas

Several picnic tables and charcoal BBQ grills are located throughout the park. Charcoal is not provided.

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