only two miles from Mackinaw City, our
Green House conveniently located for all
the Northern Michigan attractions. In
Mackinaw City you can shop, dine or catch
a ferry boat across the Straits of
Mackinac to legendary Mackinac Island.
City is home of historic Colonial
Michilimackinac and Old Mackinac Point
Lighthouse both located at the base of
the world famous Mackinac Bridge.
From this house you can
easily jump on I-75 to make day trips
north into the Upper Peninsula by
crossing the Mighty Mackinac Bridge.
Historic St. Ignace on the north end of
the bridge offers various attractions for
The world famous Soo Locks
are about 50 miles north of the bridge
where you can see 1,000 foot Great Lakes
freighters and ocean going ships passing
through the locks just feet from the
viewing platform. The locks are located
in Sault Ste Marie, the oldest city in
the state of Michigan.
About 75 miles northwest of
the bridge you will find the Tahquamenon
Falls, the tallest water falls east of
the Mississippi River. From there, it's a
short drive to the Great Lakes Shipwreck
Museum, at Whitefish Point, north of the
town of Paradise on Lake Superior .
North and south of the
bridge there are several different Native
American casinos for your gambling