The Straits of Mackinac is the most dramatic and captivating body of water in all the Great Lakes. Its history is legend. The Mighty Mac Bridge, the sights in Mackinaw City, ferries to magical Mackinac Island, the amazing and wild Bois Blanc Island, Historic Rte. 23, the incredible port of Cheboygan… this is the Great Up North!
For hundreds of years the Straits of Mackinac has been the epicenter of maritime and cultural history in this part of the Great Lakes. The Straits of Mackinac and the northern most Lake Huron coast in the Lower also hold some of most dramatic blue water vistas in all the Great Lakes. Rocky points, lighthouses, waves and still sandy beaches… they are all here.
Take a drive along Historic Rte. 23 from Mackinaw City to the border of Cheboygan County and Presque Isle County, you and your family will discover cabins to stay at and places to play and really enjoy the Great Up North.