Celebrate the Winter Season Beyond The Mackinac Bridge Region of Michigan
Wintertime Beyond the Mackinac Bridge
Enjoy real wintertime activities Beyond the Mackinac Bridge including hitting the slopes, a dog sled tour, ice skating, or cozy up in a horse drawn sleigh. After a long day of fun you can unwind in front of the fire with some hearty food which is ideal for your winter getaway. Michigan Life's Region 12 Mackinac Bridge and Beyond Area includs Chippewa County, Luce County, and Mackinaw County Michigan.
Enjoy the Winter Season Season in the area Beyond the Mackinac Bridge
When the weather turns colder the outdoor sports heat up and Michigan offers the best in wintertime fun and you can find it all right here. Let's start with a little Skiing do you prefer Cross Country Skiing or Downhill Skiing and don't forget the exciting action of Snowboarding! Maybe a little hockey or figure Ice Skating is more your style. Rated number 1 for Family Fun in the wintertime includes Sledding, Tobogganing, and Snow Tubing! Looking for high energy adventure to cross of your bucket list? Here are Dog Sledding Adventures and Snowmobiling Trails. Finally there are all kinds of Winter Events to enjoy in Michigan.
What to See and Do in Region 12 -Big Mac and Beyond
January 25 & 26, 2019
Watch the excitement as award-winning sculptures use chainsaws, chisels, and blowtorches to create over 50 stacked ice sculptures in downtown Sault Ste. Marie. Two days of ice will produce amazing carvings!
February 2, 2019
Come join us for the Annual International I-500 Snowmobile Race and experience all the thrills of NASCAR on a one-mile oval ice track. The I-500 is the biggest event in the Upper Peninsula and in the entire snowmobile-racing world. When drivers accelerate to speeds exceeding 100 miles per hour on the straightaways, your heart will race.
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.