Mackinac Island, Michigan
Fun Fact: This underrated area may be called Mackinac, but it’s actually pronounced “Mackinaw!” It was once the location of the Odawa settlement, and the island is a popular summer weekend getaway for the residents in the state of Michigan.
It’s situated in Lake Huron, between Michigan’s Upper and Lower Peninsulas, and it’s a resort area that spans over four and a half square miles. In the 1960s, the entire island was declared a National Historic Landmark.
The only downside to this place is that you can only access it by ferry because no vehicles are allowed. But don’t worry: Most people who visit prefer to ride bicycles if they wish to take a tour of the island.
While here, make sure to try the boasted local fudge and visit or stay at the Grand Hotel, where the movie “Somewhere In Time” was filmed.