Just Where Is The U.P. and How Do I Get There?  

Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is a forested region, bordering 3 of the Great Lakes and extending outward from Wisconsin. It’s connected to Michigan’s Lower Peninsula by the roughly 5-miles-long Mackinac Bridge, which spans the Straits of Mackinac. Sandwiched between the 2 peninsulas is Mackinac Island, a car-free vacation destination with the iconic 1887 Grand Hotel and the Victorian-era Fort Mackinac.

WE START AND END TDY 2020 IN ST. IGNACE

St. Ignace is just a hop, skip and a jump from the Mighty Mac, it was settled in 1671 and is known as the Gateway to the Upper Peninsula.  

BY CAR 
Detroit, MI 296 Miles
Grand Rapids, MI  245 Miles
Green Bay, WI 252 Miles
Minneapolis, MN 509 Miles
Germany 4,052 Miles

BY PLANE
St. Ignace Area – Mackinac County Airport
Manistique Area – Schoolcraft County Airport
Escanaba Area – Delta County Airport
Iron Mountain Area – Ford Airport
Ironwood Area – Gogebic-Iron County Airport
Houghton Area – Houghton County Memorial Airport
Marquette Area –  Sawyer International Airport
Sault Ste. Marie – Chippewa County International Airport

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