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Michigan’s Mackinac Island

Michigan’s Mackinac Island is celebrated as an idealized American sense of community that feels “somewhere in time.” June is Lilac Festival time, and the popular Lilac Parade is featured. The island is famous for historic Victorian mansions, horse-drawn carriages, the iconic Grand Hotel and the island specialty, fudge!

Michigan’s Mackinac Island

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Michigan’s Mackinac Island is celebrated as an idealized American sense of community that feels “somewhere in time.” June is Lilac Festival time, and the popular Lilac Parade is featured. The island is famous for historic Victorian mansions, horse-drawn carriages, the iconic Grand Hotel and the island specialty, fudge!

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