The Gruesome Medical Breakthrough of Dr. William Beaumont on Mackinac Island
When Dr. William Beaumont, a Mackinac Island Army doctor in 1822, realized he could dip food into a wounded voyageur’s stomach and watch what happened, he knew he was onto something big. Dr. William Beaumont’s ensuing decade of experiments changed the medical world. The life of his human guinea pig was changed from the beginning.Fun Facts to Share with Kids About Mackinac Island and Colonial Michilimackinac
Heading to Mackinac Island and Colonial Michilimackinac for a field trip or Michigan family vacation? Stock up on these exciting, silly, weird and yes, even gross, facts to keep kids engaged on the car ride and to make the most of your visit.Deadly Lacrosse Game in Mackinac Straits at Fort Michilimackinac in 1763
On a June day in 1763, the commandant of Fort Michilimackinac was invited to watch a game of baggatiway between the Ojibwe and Sauk. Leave it to a Brit to assume it simply would be a polite afternoon on the lawn.Mission Point Resort on Mackinac Island Offers Memorial Day Family Escape Package
Take your family on Northern Michigan Memorial Day weekend getaway. Head for a Mackinac Island vacation this Memorial Day weekend with a family vacation package at Mission Point Resort, a Mackinac Island hotel and resort.Photography Tips Paired With 3 Michigan Getaways From Mackinac Bridge to Sleeping Bear
Use the tips and location suggestions from three Northern Michigan photographers and make it a spring weekend getaway shooting nature photography from the Mackinac Bridge to Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.Plan Your Mackinac Island Getaway: Here’s What Mission Point Has to Offer
Three reasons that Mission Point Resort on Mackinac Island is perfect for families.2010 Best Food Finds from Traverse City, Petoskey, Mackinac Island and More
33 outstanding food finds from Mackinac Island, Petoskey and Traverse City restaurants as well as restaurants and specialty food stores throughout Northern Michigan, chosen by the editors of Traverse, Northern Michigan’s Magazine.New! MyNorth Northern Michigan Hotel and Motel Directory
Planning your vacation to the premiere Michigan vacation spot just got easier with this directory to Traverse City hotels and motels, as well as Mackinac Island hotels, Petoskey hotels and hotels and motels throughout Northern Michigan.Ready? Get Set to Vote for Your Favorite Northern Michigan Food Finds
The March Best Eats 2010 issue of Traverse, Northern Michigan’s Magazine covers 33 of the most delicious foods finds from Frankfort, Traverse City, Leelanau County, Charlevoix, Petoskey, Harbor Springs and Mackinac Island.Presidents' Day Weekend Getaways in Traverse City, Mackinac Island and Boyne
Three mini-vacations to celebrate Valentines Day and Presidents’ Day in Northern Michigan at Mackinac Island, Traverse City and Boyne.Run Your Way Around Mackinac Island
Plan a September getaway to the 39th annual Mackinac Island Eight Mile Run & Walk.Sit Back at Mackinac Island's Most Grand Hotel
Step back in time and rock on the porch of Mackinac Island’s spectacular Grand Hotel.Sip a Shake at The Grand Hotel Tea Room
Dive into the perfect summer day pick-me-up, a milkshake at Mackinac Island’s Grand Hotel Tea Room, housed at Fort Mackinac.Golf a Historic Course on Mackinac Island
Tee off at Wawashkamo on Mackinac Island, Michigan’s oldest continuously run golf course.Three Steps to a Romantic Mackinac Island Day
Start with breakfast while watching the waves, then a lovely trip around the island, ending at The Grand Hotel for dinner, and discover Mackinac Island, made for romance.Traverse Classics: The Secret of Anne's Tablet on Mackinac Island
Traverse Classics: There is a shrine in the woods of Mackinac Island boasting a beautiful view and celebrating the 19th century writer Constance Fenimore Woolson, but who was she and why is “Anne’s Tablet” there?The Super Mac: Chicago, Mackinac, Port Huron Race
Celebrations begin at the finish line of the longest freshwater race on the planet–from Chicago to Mackinac Island to Port Huron.The 2009 Chicago to Mackinac Race Winds Up!
Was this year’s race from Chicago’s Navy Pier to Mackinac Island the slowest ever?
The 101st Chicago to Mackinac sailboat race continues into Day 42009 Chicago to Mackinac Race: The First Boat Is In!
DogDayz is the first to cross the finish line in the Chicago to Mackinac sailboat race, pulling into Mackinac Island early Monday morning, July 20.The Mackinac Island "Don’t Miss" List
The Grand Hotel, island eats, Arch Rock, biking and Fort Mackinac are just some of the Mackinac Island attractions on this “must do” list.