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Here's a list of some incredible local attractions and establishments in the vicinity of this hotel in Mackinaw City

Mackinac Bridge

Mackinac Bridge Mackinaw City is a suspension bridge that spans the Straits of Mackinac linking the U.S. state of Michigan and the Canadian province of Ontario. The bridge is designated as a National Historic Landmark and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

1.7 km away

Mackinaw City Beach

Mackinaw City Beach, located on the east side of Mackinaw City, Michigan, is a public beach that is open from sunrise to sunset. The beach is a popular spot for swimming, sunbathing, and fishing. There are several parks and trails nearby that provide additional recreational opportunities. The beach is also home to a small amusement park and a marina.

1.8 km away

Emmet County Beach 1 Mackinaw City

Emmet County Beach 1 Mackinaw City is a great place to spend a day swimming, sunbathing, and fishing. The beach has a wide range of amenities, including showers, toilets, and a snack bar. There is also a playground and a pier for fishing. Visitors can also rent kayaks and canoes, or take the ferry to the island.

3.6 km away

Fort Mackinac

In the early 1800s, Fort Mackinac was a vital defense against Native Americans and was also a staging ground for fur trading expeditions. The fort is now a National Historic Landmark and the heart of Mackinaw City, Michigan. Modern visitors can explore the fort's museums, shops, restaurants and gardens.

12.7 km away

Arch Rock

Located in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, Mackinaw City is a charming historic town that's been welcoming visitors for more than 150 years. The town was first settled in 1825 and grew rapidly due to its strategic location on the Straits of Mackinac, which connected Lake Michigan to the St. Lawrence River.

Today, visitors can explore the many sights and attractions of Mackinaw City, including the courthouse, library, art gallery, and several museums. The town also has plenty of places to eat and drink, as well as some of the best views in all of Michigan.

13.7 km away

British Landing Historical Marker

Located in historic downtown Mackinaw City, Michigan, the British Landing Historical Marker commemorates the landing of a British army in 1763. The marker was erected in 1974 and features a bronze sculpture of a British soldier by Edward Matton. A plaque next to the sculpture commemorates the event and notes that the city was founded by British settlers on June 15, 1763.

13.7 km away

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