Mackinac Island - This island escape offers a wide range of fun family activities. Ferries depart daily from St. Ignace and Mackinaw City.
Mackinaw City - Located on the most northern tip of the Lower Peninsula, Mackinaw City boasts many tourist attractions, along with shopping and fine dining establishments.
St. Ignace - Located on the north side of the Mighty Mac Bridge, St. Ignace is the front door to the Upper Peninsula and the local shops and the great outdoors.
Sault Ste. Marie - Located 30 miles to the North, visit the Soo Locks to watch lake freighters pass through the lock system, which was built in 1837 and connects Lake Huron with Lake Superior. The Soo, Michigan's oldest city, also offers museums, local shops and small town charm.
Drummond Island - Located East of the Les Cheneaux area, Drummond Island offers local shops along with a great variety of outdoor activities.