The Inn At Stonecliffe

1 Stonehill Place, PO Box 338, , Michigan, 49757, United States
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biking on island

by jaci12000

How long does it take to bike around the island or take a carriage

Re: biking on island

by fossettes

You can do the bike ride in as little as an hour - it's pretty flat if you stick to the shoreline route. Of course you will probably want to stop and have some breaks to look around and enjoy the views. I would allow 2 hours. Around town and inland it can be pretty hilly, so even though the path that cuts through the middle of the island looks like a shortcut, it's a pretty challenging ride! Although it is a shadier route than along the water...

The horse drawn carraige tour that circles the island also gives a tour of the town. I think it lasts 1.5 hours.

Enjoy Mackinac! It's one of my favorite places in Michigan!

Travel Tips for Mackinac Island

Island Marina

by yooperprof

Small boats - and bigger ones - can be found at the Island Marina.

It was a partly cloudy day when I was on Mackinac in late May 2005. Big puffy clouds streaked across the sky, but the rains stayed mainly on the plains, and i never had to get out my umbrella.

Bike Around Mackinac Island


Mackinac City and Mackinac Island are real tourist traps but nice tourist traps. A two night stay is sufficient with one day for a trip to the island . You can rent bikes on teh island . It takes one hour to bike around on a paved and very flat trail . The bridge is beautiful .

Take a horse and buggy tour...

by rossandkelli

Take a horse and buggy tour around the island. They tell you the history of the homes and you see things you wouldn't normally see yourself.

Go to the famous Grand Hotel (presidents and elite from years past) stay (it can be a bit pricey) has a golf course and there is a small eatery up on the hill where you can grab a drink and something to eat, we ended up here late one evening and they have those terre cotta pots you can make little fires in on the patio (they bring you wood) and so we sat there for hours just chatting away into the crisp was wonderful! They had a power outage the one year we were there, all the electricity went out! I think 6 of the 7 main power lines to the island were damaged. We were there for 4 days, 3 of which we did not have electricity. It was very interesting, only a few restaurants had generators so the menu's were limited and everything was served on paper plates, no water so the little general store ran out of everything! They brought in Police vehicles to assist because the island was dark! They enforced a curfew of 10:00 (we got a ride back to the condo by a cop because the horse/buggy taxi's were not running cause they couldn't see so we hitched a ride with our long island iced teas - it was memorable that's for sure!

Round Island Lighthouse

by yooperprof

The Round Island Lighthouse has guarded the entrance to Mackinac Island's harbor since 1895. It was operational from 1895 until 1947; up until it was mechanized in 1924, the lighthouse required a crew of three to keep it working.

Although the Round Island Lighthouse is no longer functioning, it is still maintained by the United States Forest Service - under the auspices of the Hiawatha National Forest! How interesting.

Respect the horses

by yooperprof

Those guys and gals work hard. For them, Mackinac Island is certainly no resort! So treat Mr. Ed with the respect he deserves, and remember to make way - especially on hills. (The brakes don't always work so well!)


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Address: 1 Stonehill Place, PO Box 338, , Michigan, 49757, United States