Beyond The Mackinac Bridge Region of Michigan

Enjoy Summertime at Mackinac Bridge and Beyond

Michigan Life's Region 12 Mackinac Bridge and Beyond Area including Chippewa County, Luce County, and Mackinaw County Michigan.

Beyond The Mackinac Bridge Region

Michigan Life's Region 12 Mackinac Bridge and Beyond Area

At the northern most tip of Michigan's lower peninsula, where Lake Michigan and Lake Huron come together you will find the Mackinaw Bridge and find yourself in Michigan Life's Region 12 Mackinac Bridge and Beyond Area including Chippewa County, Luce County, and Mackinaw County Michigan. Visit Mackinaw City where you find everything from nostalgia to collectibles., Mackinaw Island where motor vehicles are banned. Bicycles and horse drawn carriages will take you to see the islands natural wonders and breathtaking beauty. This area of Michigan is one of the favorites of all tourist.

Region 12 -Big Mac and Beyond

Mackinac Island Nightlife is full of invigorating activities. There are many events and festivals throughout the year and nightly entertainment takes place all over the Island.

St. Mary’s River Lighthouse Cruise

Experience a Lighthouse Cruise with Soo Locks Boat Tours. Enjoy riding through the Soo Locks and navigating in the St. Mary’s River. Explore this important waterway and see the variety of navigation markers leading ships to the Soo Locks from Lake Superior.

The possibilities are almost endless on a Shepler’s Charter Cruise. Shepler’s vessels typically head out from Mackinaw City, St. Ignace or Mackinac Island, but can also depart from and return to virtually any port in the upper Great Lakes.

You have to love the entrepreneur spirit in Michigan, where else does the answer to the question: What to do when you find something unexplained and unusual? is sells tickets! Well here is one of those situations.

Tahquamenon Falls State Park encompasses close to 50,000 acres stretching over 13 miles. Most of this is undeveloped woodland without roads, buildings or power lines. The centerpiece of the park, and the very reason for its existence, is the Tahquamenon River with its waterfalls.