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After our visit to  Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore , we made a steadfast decision to continue planning local weekend trips during this pandemic season for as long as we safety can given the local regulations. We landed on revisiting Mackinac Island as our next destination. Mackinac Island is a small island in Lake Huron, located between Michigan's Upper and Lower Peninsula. It's known for its hiking trails, historical fort, shopping, and fudge. No cars are allowed here, and transportation is facilitated by horse-drawn carriage or bicycle. While we would highly recommend staying on the island for a first-time visit, we opted to save some money this trip and booked a cabin on the mainland in Mackinaw City. We took an early morning ferry to the island and spent the day hiking, forging a knife, indulging on ice cream, and purchasing fudge. It was a beautiful day spent on the island. Accommodation: Mackinac Lakefront Cabin Rentals Adventures: Shepler's Ferry  Mighty Mac

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