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Camping on Mackinac Island
Mackinaw Lake Cabins & Cottages on 1 mile of shoreline viewing Mackinac Bridge, Mackinac Island, more..
(231) 436-5584

Mackinac Island is a State Historic Park and as such there is no camping on the Island. However directly facing Mackinac Island and more specifically opposite the Grand Hotel on the mainland is the area's largest and most popular campsite - Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping. The camp features a free shuttle to the island ferries and the camp's web page has extensive information on the Mackinac area. It also has facilities for all campers from tents to the most luxurious RV's, a heated pool, store, arcade, Free Wi-Fi*, full size basketball court, 3 children's playgrounds, showers and flush toilets and one mile of shoreline facing Mackinaw City, the Mackinac Bridge, St. Ignace, Mackinac Island, Bois Blanc Island and Round Island. The campground also features cabins and cottage rentals.

(Pool, store and arcade open Memorial Day through Labor Day).
*Wi-Fi is available at the camp store. Wi-Fi at individual sites and cabins is not guaranteed, although we make an effort to get Wi-Fi out to as many sites as possible.

Since no motor vehicles are allowed on Mackinac Island there is no ferry equipped to transport motor vehicles but that doesn't stop anyone from enjoying the historical landmarks, natural curiosities, taking in the shopping opportunities, visiting the fudge shops, saloons, Victorian mansions or the spectacular scenery. Livery stables put horses n' carriages at your beck and call. If live transportation is not your style you have your choice of bicycle rentals to find just the ride to suit your fancy.

Click here to see a video online about the camp and the Mackinac area. Mackinaw Mill Creek Camping is located nearly "next door" to Historic Mill Creek Discovery Park (formerly known as Mill Creek Historic Park) which is also operated by the State Park Commission (the same agency that operates Mackinac Island). That historic park features a fully reconstructed revolutionary war period operating water powered saw mill.