Mackinaw City / Mackinac Island KOA

566 Trailsend Road

Mackinaw City, MI 49701

Reserve: 800-562-1738

Info: 231-436-5643

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Local Area Attractions

Please take time to visit some or all of these attractions during your stay with us. Come to our office and we will help you plan your day.

Mackinac Island  -- The number one tourist destination in Michigan. Photo

Mackinac Island -- The number one tourist destination in Michigan.

No motorized vehicles allowed just horses, horse & carriage, bikes and walking are used to see the island. A full day is needed to see all the sites! For more information, visit www.mackinacisland.org

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Mackinac Bridge Photo

Mackinac Bridge

The "Mighty Mac" is a 5 mile suspension bridge that connects Michigan's upper peninsula and lower peninsula. Beautiful to view and fun to drive across.

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Fort Mackinac Photo

Fort Mackinac

This fort is located on the island. This is a very educational and interesting experience that the whole family will enjoy. Go to mackinacparks.com

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Colonial Michilimackinac Photo

Colonial Michilimackinac

You don't need a ferry boat to get to Michilimackinac. The complete working colonial village and fort are minutes from downtown Mackinaw City. Join the fun on Memorial weekend for the pageant that includes many in period dress, reenactments and demonstrations. mackinacparks.com

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Historic Mill Creek Discovery Park Photo

Historic Mill Creek Discovery Park

Restored working water powered saw mill, interactive exhibits, nature programs and trails.

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Jack Pine Lumberjack Shows Photo

Jack Pine Lumberjack Shows

Shows include lots of lumber jack skills and entertainment for the entire family. Go to JackPineLumberjackShows.com

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North Central State Trail Photo

North Central State Trail

The North Central State trail is a 62 mile multi-use trail connecting Gaylord, Indian River, Cheboygan and Mackinaw City. The trail has a 10 foot wide hard packed crushed limestone surface and is open to all non-motorized uses year around. The trail is 200 yards from the campground and Mackinaw City is only 1 mile down the trail.

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Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse Photo

Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse

Located next to the Mackinac Bridge this lighthouse has been beautifully restored and is open to the public. More info mackinacParks.com

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Headlands/International Dark Sky Park Photo

Headlands/International Dark Sky Park

This Emmet county park is just a few miles from the campground. The Headlands property is thickly wooded with trails and lots of Lake Michigan shoreline. It was recently designated as a Dark Sky Park. It's a wonderful place to view the night sky. Go to emmetcounty.org

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Cecil Bay Photo

Cecil Bay

Cecil Bay is one of the few Great Lakes wetlands. This park includes a pavilion for picnics and a trail that follows the Carp River into Lake Michigan.

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Discovery Park Photo

Discovery Park

Discovery Park is located inside Historic Mill Creek. A guided tour includes a Forest Canopy Bridge, Eagle's Flight Zip Line and Climbing Wall. Come join the fun!

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Tahquamenon Falls Photo

Tahquamenon Falls

It's a short drive across the Mackinac Bridge to Paradise. The falls are the largest east of the Mississippi River. They drop 50 feet and are 200 feet across.

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Agawa Canyon Train Tour Photo

Agawa Canyon Train Tour

55 miles north to Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada. Climb aboard the Agawa Canyon train. This one day wilderness excursion will take you 114 miles north over towering tressels, alongside pristine northern lakes and rivers and through granite rock formations of the Canadian Shield.

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The Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum Photo

The Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum

Welcome Aboard! The Cutter Mackinaw is located at the end of the railroad dock in Mackinaw City. Visitors can see how the men of the Mackinaw lived and worked as everything the ship needed to operate is still on board. Tours daily beginning May 19. More info at www.themackinaw.org

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McGulpin Point Lighthouse Photo

McGulpin Point Lighthouse

McGulpin lighthouse protected ships from 1869 until 1906. This lighthouse has been recently renovated and open to the public. Views of the Mackinaw Bridge are spectacular.

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Soo Locks Photo

Soo Locks

Marvel at the site of a 1000 foot freighters being raised and lowered by the locks. Constructed in 1850 the Soo Locks feature the largest waterway system in the world.

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Mackinaw Trolley Company Photo

Mackinaw Trolley Company

Enjoy a guided, narrated tour of Mackinaw, the bridge and surrounding area. They will pick you up at the campground.

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Tunnel of Trees Photo

Tunnel of Trees

M 119 Scenic Heritage Route is a beautiful, paved road packed with scenery. Drive you car,  motorcycle or even your bicycle. Start at the campground through Cross Village, Good Hart and end in Harbor Springs.

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Harbor Springs Photo

Harbor Springs

Harbor Springs is a charming waterfront community surrounded by natural beauty. Take a walk at the marina, shop and enjoy the restaurants.

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