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Visit Ypsilanti Visit Ypsilanti Visit Ypsilanti
SoutheastIt’s been said that Ypsilanti is the Brooklyn to Ann Arbors Manhattan. Visit Ypsi and experience dozens of festivals and events throughout the year including the Michigan Brewers Guild Summer Beer Festival and Michigan ElvisFest. After an afternoon of antiquing or museum exploration, discover destination dining in one of three historic districts.
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Charlevoix Charlevoix Charlevoix
Northern MichiganBeaches, outdoor concerts, art fairs, championship golf, "fresh pick" orchards and incomparable water sports in the summer; unmatched Fall colors;cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling in the Winter. Charlevoix is a year-round lifetime's - vacation community.
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Mackinac Island, Michigan - Transportation

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Transportation information for Mackinac Island is provided below. Travel information includes driving directions, maps, airport information and more.

Airports

The Pellston Regional Airport provides service to the Mackinac Island area and is located approximately 15 miles south of Mackinaw City. Northwest Airlines provides flights to airports in Detroit, Chicago, and Minneapolis.

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Basic Directions

Mackinac Island is located just east of St. Ignace on Lake Huron. It is northeast of Mackinaw City, between the Lower and Upper Peninsulas of Michigan.

There are no motor vehicles allowed on Mackinac Island, so in order to get to Mackinac Island you must travel by ferry or air.

You must first travel to the Mackinac Bridge which is located either at Mackinac City in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan or St. Ignace in the Upper Peninsula. From here, scheduled ferryboat service is available throughout the day. There is plenty of parking available on the mainland at all ferry docks. Ferry tickets may be purchased on arrival at the docks. The Mackinac Island Ferries are listed below:

  • Shepler's Mackinac Island Ferry - 800-828-6157
  • Arnold Transit Co. - 800-542-8528
  • Star Ferry Line - 800-638-9892

Air taxi service is available between Mackinac Island and Pelliston, as is taxi service between Pelliston and the ferry docks.

Once on the island the transportation is limited to horse and buggy, bicycle or foot. If you do not have your own bike a well known bike rental company on the island is:

  • Ryba's Bicycle Rentals - 906-847-3208.

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Visit Ypsilanti Visit Ypsilanti Visit Ypsilanti
SoutheastIt’s been said that Ypsilanti is the Brooklyn to Ann Arbors Manhattan. Visit Ypsi and experience dozens of festivals and events throughout the year including the Michigan Brewers Guild Summer Beer Festival and Michigan ElvisFest. After an afternoon of antiquing or museum exploration, discover destination dining in one of three historic districts.
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Charlevoix Charlevoix Charlevoix
Northern MichiganBeaches, outdoor concerts, art fairs, championship golf, "fresh pick" orchards and incomparable water sports in the summer; unmatched Fall colors;cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling in the Winter. Charlevoix is a year-round lifetime's - vacation community.
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