Mackinaw City Attractions & Entertainment
Jack Pine Lumberjack Shows
Jack Pine Lumberjack Show is a journey back into the last 1800's when logging was king in the Northwood Michigan. Watch as two rival camps compete for the title of "Bull of the Woods" in chopping, logrolling and more. Shows 7 days a week at 7:30pm. Covered grandstands; shows perform rain or shine. Great fun for all ages.
Jack's Livery Stable
Kewadin Casinos offer Vegas-style gaming and entertainment with over 2300 slots, blackjack, poker, craps, roulette, Bingo & Live Keno action!
Le Sault de Ste. Marie Historical Sites, Inc.
The historic 1917 Museum Ship VALLEY CAMP with over 100 exhibits, including the huge fresh-water aquariums, the Edmund Fitzgearld lifeboats and memorial.Glimpse into the crew's working conditions as you tour all three levls of this 550 ft lake freighter. Take in the panoramic view from the top of the 210 foot Tower of History. Also featured are local artifacts and a historical video of Sault Ste. Marie. Visit www.towerofhistory.com
The Mackinac Bridge is the one of the world's most beautiful bridges and the longest suspension bridge in the Americas, with a total length of 8,614 feet suspended. It is currently the third longest suspension bridge in the world .
Mackinac Island Bike Rental
See us for the best Island bike rentals, repairs and accessories. Two convenient locations: next to Shepler's ferry dock on Main Street, and on Hoban Street at Lake View Hotel. Every rental comes with a free helmet, basket and bottle of water. Call (906) 847-6337.
Mackinac Island Butterfly House
Located behind Ste. Anne's Church on Mackinac Island. We fly 800+ live butterflies in a tropical garden. Photography encouraged. Wheelchair and stroller friendly. Admissions 13 and up $7.00, 5-12 $4.00,4 and under free.
Mackinac Island Carriage Tours
Since motor vehicles are not permitted to intrude on the natural beauty of Mackinac Island, there is no better way to visit this historic isle and see important historical points of interest by carriage.
Mackinac Island Ferry Tickets
Mackinac Old Time Trolley Co.
We offer two types of trolley tours. (1) In the morning, we have a local historical and orientation tour which lasts about one hour for $5.95. (2) We offer a two hour historical tour in the evening which goes over the bridge to a park on the Upper Peninsula side for only $9.95 per person.