Points of Interest

ARCH ROCK

 

One of the most photographed spots on Mackinac Island, Arch Rock, a geological formation of a natural limestone arch, is a truly breathtaking and wonderous attraction.  This amazing site to see...more details

CAVE IN THE WOODS

 

Near the Mackinac Island airport, Cave in the Woods is located at the Crack in the Island;  which is a very narrow yet very extraordinary trail. Make sure to pack some comfy shoes...more details    

CHURCHES

 

There are a several  historical churches on Mackinac Island. Historic Mission Church is a classic structure that showcases Colonial New England style architecture in fine detail...more details

FORT HOLMES

 

Fort Holmes was originally established as Fort George by the Britisth Forces during the last year of the War of 1812 to help defend the adjacent Fort Mackinac from a possible U.S. attack...more details

 

SKULL CAVE

 

Skull Cave is a small and shallow cave on the central heights of Mackinac Island. The cave was carved during the Algonquin post-glacial period by waters of Lake Algonquin, a swollen meltwater...more details

 

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SUNSET ROCK

 

Sunset Rock, also referred to as Chimney Rock, is located on the west end of the island near Stonecliffe and offers an absolutely stunning view of Lake Huron and the Mackinac Bridge...more details 

 

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