Mackinac Island State Park

7165 Main St.
Mackinac Island, MI 49757

231-436-5563

Mackinac Island State Park was established in 1895—Michigan’s first state park. For twenty years before that it had been Mackinac National Park, the United States’ second national park. Today, over eighty percent of Mackinac Island is State Park property, and most this park land remains in its natural condition to be enjoyed.

A great variety of historic and natural resources provides something of interest for every Mackinac Island visitor. Historic landmarks, breathtaking vistas, spectacular rock formations, quiet forests and inspiring nature trails are just minutes away. The sites are accessible by foot or bike, rented horse or buggy, sightseeing carriages or horse-drawn 

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