On Tuesday, we'll be taking a tour to Mackinaw city before taking a ferry to Mackinac Island and spend the day sightseeing there. There are several points of interest on Mackinac Island including the historic Fort Mackinac, Arch Rock in the Mackinac Island State Park, Mackinac Island Butterfly House, and several more.
On Wednesday, we will be taking in the scenery by touring some historic lighthouses. With Lake Michigan being one of the country's most active waterways and it's shore spanning more than 3,200 miles, the state of Michigan has more lighthouses than any other state. The first lighthouse built in the state, Fort Gratiot Light, was built in 1829 and is still active today.
If there's one thing that the area around Lake Michigan is known for, it'd probably be for it's scenery. On the way back to return to the resort, we will be be taking the M-119, also known as the Tunnel of Trees. The Tunnel of Trees is regarded as one of the most famous scenic stretches of highway in North America.