Mackinac Area

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The Mackinac Area is the northernmost part of Northern Michigan, just south of the Straits of Mackinac and the Mackinac Bridge to St. Ignace in the Upper Peninsula.


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  • The Mackinac Bridge Walk takes place every year on the U.S. Labor Day holiday (the first Monday in September). Some of the lanes of the five-mile-long Mackinac bridge are closed to vehicles, and people are allowed to cross on foot. Participation in this even typically numbers between 50,000 and 65,000. Pedestrians cross from north to south only. There is no fee for the walk itself; a small fee is charged for south-to-north transportation across the bridge on school buses.



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