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The Weather in Mackinaw City
You can see our climate diagram above. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 73°. However, temperatures can go lower than 12° in Mackinaw City in February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Visit Mackinaw City, Michigan for the best vacation home getaway
At the base of the famous Mackinac Bridge, your lake front or beach vacation home rental in Mackinaw City will be the jumping-off point for excursions to Mackinac Island, local parks, sites, and great Midwestern cuisine.
Mackinaw City eats
The Dixie Saloon, built in 1895, is a classic Mackinaw City eatery. Famous ribs or steaks are the foundations, but guests will find a wide array of options at this two-storey tribute to good hospitality and good times.
Or, try Italian food with a north woods flair at Nonna Lisa’s. Wood fired pizza, delicious pastas, and a central location downtown make this spot a favorite for visitors from all over.
A day on historic Mackinac Island
A trip to northern Michigan would not be complete without a visit to Mackinac Island, originally inhabited by Native Americans and later used as a mission site founded by a Jesuit priest. Take a ferry to this historic island where the primary transportation is bicycles or horse-drawn carriages.
Mackinac Island was established as a popular summer resort area during the Victorian era. On the island now you can taste famous Mackinac fudge, browse boutique shops, tour cultural sites, and walk, carriage, or bicycle to pebble beaches and panoramic views of Lake Michigan.
Outdoor and family activities in Mackinaw City
From your conveniently located vacation rental, your family can take advantage of bike and walking paths, a tour of the Old Mackinac Point lighthouse, or exploring Fort Michilimackinac, built by the French in 1715.
Several indoor/outdoor water parks in the area can provide hours of fun for the whole family, with climbing ropes, water slides, and wave pools. Emerald Cove or Pirate’s Adventure are two of the largest parks.
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