Expert Travel Advice to Mackinac Island
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- This tour along the closest thing North America's got to an inland ocean leads to placid shores, self-propelled water exploration, giant sand dunes, and the end of are-we-there-yet wining. Gorp Travel
- Living on "Island Time" in America's Diverse Islands Means More Than Just Sand and Surf. Away Travel
Top Answers To Mackinac Island Travel Questions
Answer this1 AnswerNot too sure if any banks on the island would exchange Canadian dollars. Your best bet is to contact a hotel on the island and ask a staff member. He or she will most likely know the answer. But Don't forget there are probably ATMs that will accept your major credit card.
Christie asked:Answer this1 AnswerMomOfFour answered:It's about 360 miles from Fort Wayne to the Lower Peninsula, so probably about six hours in the car for you. You'll need to take one of the passenger ferries from either Mackinac City or St. Ignace across the Mackinac Bridge (toll required) to get to Mackinac Island. There are no cars allowed on Mackinac Island, so you will need to park your car at one of the ferry terminals. More information about ferry services to the island here: http://www.mackinacisland.org/transportation/
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.
Yes, at the shore.