- The Yankee Rebel Tavern
Located in the heart of downtown Mackinac Island between Market and Main on Astor Street, the Yankee Rebel Tavern is a warm and casual restaurant highlighting updated renditions of American culinary classics in a rustic, colonial setting.
Our spacious d...read more »
- Joann's Fudge
Every batch of our authentic Mackinac Island fudge begins the old fashioned way, with lots of fresh cream and butter. Our fudge is made fresh daily with absolutely no artificial ingredients or preservatives. So bring a little bit of Mackinac to your home ...read more »
- Arnold Transit Co.
Step onto an Arnold Transit Co. dock and stand on the edge of time.
Arnold Ferry Line is the oldest yet most modern passenger ferry and freight service from Mackinaw City St. Ignace, Michigan, to historic Mackinac Island.
With courteous passenger servic...read more »
- Grand Hotel
Welcome to America's Summer Place.
There's no place quite like it, and the experience cannot be duplicated. Grand Hotel. Opened in 1887. On an island without cars, where horses and bicycles are still the favored modes of transportation. It's the slower, ...read more »
- Ryba's fudge shops
Ryba's fudge shops can provide your friends, family and clients with gift wrapped boxes of fudge, taffy, coffee and caramel corn. If you need to send a gift that exemplifies one of Michigan's treasures, what better gift than something from Mackinac Islan...read more »
- OrrKids Bike Shop
Our full-service bicycle rental shop offers everything you need for fun-filled hours or days of bicycling on Mackinac Island. Enjoy the beautiful trails and roads of the island with one of our Schwinn or Gary Fisher bicycles.
We provide the perfect bike ...read more »
- Lilac Tree Hotel & Spa
We invite you to experience Mackinac Island from the comfort of the luxurious All Suites Lilac Tree Hotel. Ideally located on Main Street in the heart of historic downtown Mackinac Island.
2006 reservations are now available. Please call our toll-free n...read more »
- Wawashkamo Golf Club
Discover one of Mackinac Island's hidden gems. One of the few American links courses that remains substantially unaltered.
The course is played on 9 greens from 18 tees and is open to the public.
Built in 1898, the name Wawashkamo comes from a Chippew...read more »
- Inn on Mackinac
The year was 1867, an era of horse-drawn carriages and ladies in bustles. Blacksmiths were crafting horse shoes in glowing forges. During this height of Victorian culture, the Inn on Mackinac was built.
Known then as Chateau Beaumont in memory of the fam...read more »
- Mackinac Island Carriage Tours
Carriage men officially began providing tours of the Island in 1869 when the first city carriage license was issued. In 1948, the carriage men officially established Mackinac Island Carriage Tours, Inc.
The founders of Mackinac Island Carriage Tours hav...read more »