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Geocaching on Mackinac Island is a great way for visitors of all ages to experience natural beauty off the beaten path.

Geocaching on Mackinac Island: An exhilarating state park treasure hunt

Mackinac Island’s timeless familiarity is a major draw for many visitors. You know Mackinac Island’s charming downtown. You know world-famous Mackinac Island fudge. You know serene horsedrawn carriages. You know picturesque Arch Rock. But do you know all of Mackinac Island’s nooks and crannies off the beaten path? Geocaching is a popular activity that encourages

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The lights of Island House Hotel reflect on the water in the Mackinac Island marina at twilight

Mackinac Island Pioneers: Island House Hotel founder Charles O’Malley

So many people have contributed to the history and development of Mackinac Island, yet so often the markers above their final resting places offer little more information than their names. For example, among the hundreds of grave sites in Mackinac Island’s Ste. Ann’s Cemetery is one shared by Charles and Tulley O’Malley. The headstone above

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