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A view of the water surrounding Michigan’s Mackinac Island with Bogan Lane and Pine Cottage B&B in the foreground.

Ask an Innkeeper: An Interview with Mackinac Island’s Pine Cottage B&B

Originally built as a private residence in 1870, Pine Cottage Bed & Breakfast is one of Mackinac Island’s treasured hideaways, quietly tucked along Bogan Lane just a few steps away from Main Street, Lake Huron, nature trails, and downtown shopping, dining, and attractions. At first sight, Pine Cottage invites you in with its wrap-around porch …

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A woman wades along the water while walking the rocky beach on Michigan’s Mackinac Island.

Does Mackinac Island have a beach?

You might expect Mackinac Island to be full of beaches since it’s surrounded by water. And, of course, it is – although not the crowded, sandy shores you may be thinking of. The beaches you find on Mackinac Island are a bit rockier. More rugged. More secluded. They’re places with crystal clear water, mesmerizing views …

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Birding on Mackinac Island offers great opportunities to see and hear migratory birds each spring and fall.

Birding on Mackinac Island

If you take a moment and stand still on Mackinac Island, you’ll probably hear a variety of sounds. The sound of horses clip-clopping by. The sound of bicycles whizzing past. The sound of a cannon firing from Fort Mackinac. The sound of water lapping up against the rocks. But if you listen closely, really closely, …

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