Mackinac Island is situated in Lake Huron, at the eastern end of the Straits of Mackinac. When in the town, you can appreciate wonderful vistas, shopping, and carriage rides amid the day, and watch the city change around evening time. When you venture off the Island Ferry Dock, you will be in a living Victorian town. Restricted to transportation of steed and carriage, bike or foot, encompassed by water, it has gotten away from the incomprehensible changes of time. Here you can visit the noteworthy Fort Mackinac, appreciate the rushing about of downtown, attempt the diverse assortments of custom made fudge or unwind at the Grand Hotel.