Getaway Inn and Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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We found our beachside campsite in Hiawatha Park of Lake Michigan just ten miles or so after crossing the Mackinaw Bridge. We are on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Our tent is pitched, it's about 72 degrees. The girls are all wound up, so it's a good to stop and let them burn off some energy running from our campsite in the woods down the ...
... shore there were places to stop and investigate, the arch, rock totem fields, beautiful homes and shore line. Once back in town, I found a great place to have lunch, Blackened White fish sandwich. I also found the original fudge shop and picked up some fudge to share with everyone back home. After a few more purchases it was time to meet the boat for the return trip. While waiting for the boat, I had the opportunity to visit with a recent high school graduate of ...
... hole putting course with greens that would rival any golf course we have seen, at night you can play glow golf there. There was a quaint 9 hole golf course in the middle of the island, but you would need to have your clubs brought there by horse and buggy. Needless to say the experience was enlightening! If we make it back to this area again staying overnight on the island is a must! Happy Father's Day to all the amazing Dad's we have th pleasure to ...
We have found that most restrooms are clean, provide soap and paper towels. Much of the dispensing of these, as well as the water, is no touch - movement sensors.Sometimes the toilet flushing is movement sensored as well. Have had the toilet flush a few times when not expecting it. !!!
Travelled south through Petoskey and came across the largest cherry pie tin at Charlevoix. They baked the pie in the tin at the site ...
... Ignace.Native Americans have visited Mackinac Island for over 11,000 year. The first Europeans visited the island in the 1630s. During the American Revolution, the British closed Fort Michilimackinac in present day Mackinaw City and moved the Fort, now called Fort Mackinac, to the Island. Following the ...