Enjoy Spring Break in Mackinac Island
Mackinac Island is a place many people have never ventured to before.
Pronounced 'Mack-in-Aw' the island is famous for its many attributes, namely its fudge and the fact that no motor cars are allowed on the island. The island once served as a fort for several different colonies. Passing possession between the French and the English several times before America was able to finally claim the land.
The forts and old establishments on the island dating back over 300 years still stand and can be viewed by a horse-drawn tour or can be ridden by on bicycle. The guided tours are much more thorough in the history and importance of the island.
The island is only accessible by fairy and by small airplane. Mackinac Island does have its own airport, but it is mostly private charter which flies into the island. The island's Grand Hotel is famous for its large balcony and porch for which visitors have a commanding view of Lake Superior.
Transportation around the island is done predominantly by bicycle and this can be seen by the numerous bicycle rental shops in the town. The island can be criss-crossed or circumnavigated at lake-level for a relaxing or grueling bike ride, depending on what the visitor is in the mood for . Bring a camera for the many beautiful places making up Mackinac Island.
People can also rent horses for riding and play golf on a full 18 hole golf course on the island. Spring break at Mackinac Island is a much more relaxing vacation to slow down and get away from the noise of the city.