Expert Travel Advice to Mackinac Island
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Top Answers To Mackinac Island Travel Questions
Answer this1 AnswerYes you can rent bikes on the island. Hourly rates for children's bikes run for $5 while renting for the day costs $30. Depending on the bike, adults can rent hourly for about $7-$8 or $38-$48 for the day. Visit http://www.mackinacislandbikes.com/rates.html for rental rates.
Answer this1 AnswerYes, you can. Just keep 'em on a leash at all times. http://www.mackinacisland.org/pets.html
Answer this1 AnswerA lot of bike rental shops also rent electric wheelchairs, such as the Mackinac Island Bike Shop and Ryba's Bicycle Rentals.
AwayModerator answered:One of Mackinac Island's enduring charms is its historic, laid-back atmosphere, which lends itself perfectly to renting bikes and discovering the island at your own pace. Away.com's family-travel guru, Meagan Francis, lists some ideas for things to do on Mackinac Island here: http://bit.ly/LQD5hC. The Grand Hotel is the island's most famous lodging, though plenty of other choices, including at Mission Point Resort and Hotel Iroquois. Here's a link to more hotel choices on Away.com: http://bit.ly/LZbFqm