An Abundanceof Activities

Mission Point Resort is home to a variety of activities that can be found across our 18 acres of property. Should you have any questions about Mission Point or Mackinac Island, please give our concierge a call directly at (906) 847-3007. The concierge can arrange any activities on your behalf, make reservations, offer suggestions or simply provide information about Mackinac Island and Mission Point activities.

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Bicycle Rentals

Biking is one of the most iconic ways to explore Mackinac Island! Mission Point is home to a fleet of bike rentals for all ages, including custom multi-speed bicycles made by Detroit Bikes. Tandems, children's bikes, burleys and tag-a-longs as available to rent as well. Rentals are on a first come, first served basis. View bike rental pricing here

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Kids Club

Available daily from late May to early September, our complimentary Kids Club is hosted from 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm and offers parents an evening off to enjoy the resort. Kids Club is open to children ages 5-12 and includes dinner, activities and ice cream. Please note that 24-hour notice is required; arrangements can be made with the Concierge by calling (906) 847-3007.

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Fort Mackinac

History comes alive at Fort Mackinac. This formerly active Revolutionary War fort, built in 1780, preserves the important and strategic military role of Mackinac Island throughout history. The Fort is open daily for live programs, tours, exhibits, hourly cannon firings and a view that cannot be missed. Admission tickets are required; visit their website for pricing, hours and more information.

view of a lighthouse in the sea and some people walking on the seashore

Greens of Mackinac Putting Course

This putting course offers a truly unique experience with 18 real bentgrass greens and beautiful views of the Straits of Mackinac. From late May to early September, the course transforms for Glow Golf at dusk with glow-in-the-dark golf balls, golf flag poles and neon glow sticks. Open daily and weather dependent; hours vary throughout the season. Please call (906) 847-3007 for current hours.

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Lawn Games

Reconnect with friends and family over games on the Great Lawn. Try your hand at a classic game of croquet or bocce ball or break into teams for a game of cornhole, volleyball, or badminton. Guests enjoy complimentary equipment and play is on a first come, first served basis. Please visit the Bike Rental shop for equipment.

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Great Lawn

Overlooking the Straits of Mackinac sits Michigan's most famous lawn; the Mission Point Great Lawn is an iconic island destination perfect for lounging on an Adirondack chair, enjoying a lakeside picnic, flying a kite, stargazing, or taking a romantic stroll along the waterfront.

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Admiral Dave’s Arcade

Perfect for a rainy day or to expend a bit of energy before bedtime, guests can enjoy a selection of games at Admiral Dave's Arcade, an updated family entertainment center located next to the Promenade Deck pavilion. Open daily; Admiral Dave's Arcade is maintained by Enterprise Vending.

kids looking at the butterfly

Original Mackinac Island Butterfly House

The Original Mackinac Island Butterfly House is the 1st of its kind in Michigan, and the 3rd oldest live butterfly exhibit in the United States. Located on McGulpin Street, this butterfly sanctuary is home to a tropical garden filled with hundreds of live butterflies from four continents. Admission tickets are required; visit their website for pricing, hours and more information.

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Mackinac Island Carriage Tours

One of the most iconic way to experience the history and charm of Mackinac is through a narrated horse-drawn carriage tour. Mackinac Island Carriage Tours offers both public tours or private liveries available for rent by the hour. This activity is great for families, couples, and friends looking to see the island in true Mackinac fashion. Please visit their website for additional details.

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Mackinac Arts Council

The Mackinac Arts Council celebrates the creativity of the human spirit by incorporating arts and cultural programming into the daily lives of island residents and visitors alike. These year-round initiatives include community theater, arts education, movies in the Mission Point Theater and rotating art exhibits in the Mission Point Art Gallery. Visit their website for more information.

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Hiking & Biking

Mackinac Island boasts over 70 miles of hiking and biking on just 3.8 square miles of land. With more than 80% of the island being protected as a State Park, Mackinac offers some of the most beautiful vistas in Michigan. During your stay, visit the Concierge for maps and suggested routes.

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Outdoor Pool & Hot Tubs

Open daily from late May to mid September, our outdoor pool area features an array of comfortable lounge chairs, a heated swimming pool and two small hot tubs. Changing rooms and towels are also available. The pool is closed during inclement weather.

a man dressed in a blue uniform standing next to a battery wager as it shoots towards the ocean

Fort Mackinac

History comes alive at Fort Mackinac. This formerly active Revolutionary War fort, built in 1780, preserves the important and strategic military role of Mackinac Island throughout history. The Fort is open daily for live programs, tours, exhibits, hourly cannon firings and a view that cannot be missed. Admission tickets are required; visit their website for pricing, hours and more information.

club golf course club house facing the golf course with the golf carts on the side of the club house and the a golf pole a few feet away from of the club house

Wawashkamo Golf Course

Experience one of Michigan's oldest active golf courses at Wawashkamo Golf Club. Built in 1898, Wawashkamo was laid out on a farmer’s field that had been the site of the 1814 Battle of Mackinac Island. Preferred tee times are available to Mission Point guests; for more information, please visit their website.

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Sip N' Sail Cruises

Board the Isle Royale Queen III for a unique Mackinac Island boating experience that takes you out under the Mackinac Bridge. There are five different cruise options and cruises are open to all ages. Advanced purchase tickets are required and cruises are weather permitting. Please visit their website for tickets and additional details.

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Mackinac Community Equestrian Center

Maintained and run by the Mackinac Horsemen's Association (MHA), the Mackinac Community Equestrian Center is set on a beautiful 3.5 acre site on the north side of Mackinac Island. MHA offers horseback riding lessons for individuals and groups of all skill levels and hosts multiple horse camps throughout the season.

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Great Turtle Kayak Tours

See Mackinac Island from a new perspective with a guided kayak tour. Great Turtle Kayak Tours offers kayak and paddleboard tours throughout the day, including sunrise and sunset paddles and trips around Mackinac and neighboring Round Island. Reservations are required and can be made by visiting their website.

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Art & History Museums

Explore art and culture on Mackinac Island at the Richard and Jane Manoogian Mackinac Art Museum and the Biddle House Native American Museum. These cultural community icons house rare and exceptional collections of Mackinac-related art, photography and history. Both museums are operated by Mackinac State Historic Parks, please visit their website for pricing, hours and additional information.

kids looking at the butterfly

Original Mackinac Island Butterfly House

The Original Mackinac Island Butterfly House is the 1st of its kind in Michigan, and the 3rd oldest live butterfly exhibit in the United States. Located on McGulpin Street, this butterfly sanctuary is home to a tropical garden filled with hundreds of live butterflies from four continents. Admission tickets are required; visit their website for pricing, hours and more information.

a group of people in a carriage being taken by two horses and a men sitting behind the horse gear the horse where to take the sight seeing

Mackinac Island Carriage Tours

One of the most iconic way to experience the history and charm of Mackinac is through a narrated horse-drawn carriage tour. Mackinac Island Carriage Tours offers both public tours or private liveries available for rent by the hour. This activity is great for families, couples, and friends looking to see the island in true Mackinac fashion. Please visit their website for additional details.

a hand painting a picture outside in the grass area facing a white fence

Mackinac Arts Council

The Mackinac Arts Council celebrates the creativity of the human spirit by incorporating arts and cultural programming into the daily lives of island residents and visitors alike. These year-round initiatives include community theater, arts education, movies in the Mission Point Theater and rotating art exhibits in the Mission Point Art Gallery. Visit their website for more information.

a blue bike with a basket in front of of a railing thats facing the ocean viewing a rock bridge surrounded by green plants

Hiking & Biking

Mackinac Island boasts over 70 miles of hiking and biking on just 3.8 square miles of land. With more than 80% of the island being protected as a State Park, Mackinac offers some of the most beautiful vistas in Michigan. During your stay, visit the Concierge for maps and suggested routes.

blue bicycle outside parked next to greenery

Bicycle Rentals

Biking is one of the most iconic ways to explore Mackinac Island! Mission Point is home to a fleet of bike rentals for all ages, including custom multi-speed bicycles made by Detroit Bikes. Tandems, children's bikes, burleys and tag-a-longs as available to rent as well. Rentals are on a first come, first served basis. View bike rental pricing here

Read More...

Bicycle Rentals

Bike Rentals

pricing here 

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Guided Sunrise Hike

Experience the beauty of Mackinac Island's sunrise side with a guided hike to Robinson's Folly. Start your day off on the right foot by joining a member of our team 15 minutes before sunrise to walk through the woods to one of the best sunrise viewing locations. This tour is complimentary to all Mission Point guests and 24-hour notice is required; call (906) 847-3007 for details.

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Garden Tours

Led by our Grounds Manager, complimentary Garden Tours are scheduled Saturdays at 12:00 p.m. and Wednesdays at 4:00 p.m. These interactive and informative tours offer a fun opportunity to learn about what's in bloom and how our dynamic team provides seasonal and daily beauty for guests and visitors. Please note that tours are weather permitting and are only offered from late May to early September.

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History Tours

Want to know more about the history of Mission Point Resort, the Mission District, and the east side of Mackinac Island? We invite you to join Concierge and Resident Historian Pat on a complimentary guided walking tour of the property Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 10:00 am. 24-hour notice is required; please call (906) 847-3007 for details.

a little boy sitting on railing of a gazebo while while putting is back on the post and holding on to the post

Kids Club

Available daily from late May to early September, our complimentary Kids Club is hosted from 4:30 pm to 7:00 pm and offers parents an evening off to enjoy the resort. Kids Club is open to children ages 5-12 and includes dinner, activities and ice cream. Please note that 24-hour notice is required; arrangements can be made with the Concierge by calling (906) 847-3007.

view of a lighthouse in the sea and some people walking on the seashore

Greens of Mackinac Putting Course

This putting course offers a truly unique experience with 18 real bentgrass greens and beautiful views of the Straits of Mackinac. From late May to early September, the course transforms for Glow Golf at dusk with glow-in-the-dark golf balls, golf flag poles and neon glow sticks. Open daily and weather dependent; hours vary throughout the season. Please call (906) 847-3007 for current hours.

aerial image of the outdoor pool with people swimming in it

Outdoor Pool & Hot Tubs

Open daily from late May to mid September, our outdoor pool area features an array of comfortable lounge chairs, a heated swimming pool and two small hot tubs. Changing rooms and towels are also available. The pool is closed during inclement weather.

view of a ball and some elements to play lying on the grass

Lawn Games

Reconnect with friends and family over games on the Great Lawn. Try your hand at a classic game of croquet or bocce ball or break into teams for a game of cornhole, volleyball, or badminton. Guests enjoy complimentary equipment and play is on a first come, first served basis. Please visit the Bike Rental shop for equipment.

sunset over the lawn

Great Lawn

Overlooking the Straits of Mackinac sits Michigan's most famous lawn; the Mission Point Great Lawn is an iconic island destination perfect for lounging on an Adirondack chair, enjoying a lakeside picnic, flying a kite, stargazing, or taking a romantic stroll along the waterfront.

close view of a toy vending machine

Admiral Dave’s Arcade

Perfect for a rainy day or to expend a bit of energy before bedtime, guests can enjoy a selection of games at Admiral Dave's Arcade, an updated family entertainment center located next to the Promenade Deck pavilion. Open daily; Admiral Dave's Arcade is maintained by Enterprise Vending.

close up view of a woman's feet on a treadmill

Fitness Center

As preservationists and caretakers of our bodies, our workout facility is complimentary to all Mission Point guests. The fitness center is located adjacent to Lakeside Spa & Salon and available equipment includes free weights, weight machines, treadmills and ellipticals.

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Tennis Court

Overlooking Lake Huron, complimentary tennis equipment is available to guests on a first come, first served basis. Racquets and balls are available at the Bike Rental shop.

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Movies at Mission Point

Experience a piece of Hollywood history at our historic movie theater, which was the setting for ‘Somewhere in Time’ starring Christopher Reeve and Jayne Seymour. Select movies are featured on Sunday afternoons at 3:30 pm & 4:30 pm and Tuesday evenings at 7:30 pm - sponsored by the Mackinac Arts Council.

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Mission Point Picnic Society

Take advantage of the outdoors this season by joining the Mission Point Picnic Society – the island's newest picnic club. Spread out a blanket on the Great Lawn, settle into one of the dozens of Adirondack chairs, and dig into the summertime picnic of your dreams.