Indian Pathways Park

    Park Features: Parking, Lighting, Picnicking

    This park was developed with the cooperation of the Michigan Department of Transportation. The State allowed the Village of Mackinaw City to build on this property, which is immediately adjacent to the Interstate 75 corridor, a landscaped picnicking park. This area was beautified by the Village of Mackinaw City Department of Public Works and the Mackinaw City Garden Club. This park is utilized not only by the Village of Mackinaw City residents, but also by travelers looking for a pleasant place to enjoy an outdoor break and great view of the bridge. The following is an inventory of the facilities at Indian Pathways.

    The following items are located within the Indian Pathways Park facility:

    • Five park benches
    • Three picnic tables
    • Four trash receptacles
    • One grill
    • One drinking fountain
    • Flower beds and landscaping
    • Two interpretive historical kiosks
    • One flagpole with American and Canadian flags

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    • Trail Head
    • Historical Site
    • Beach
    • Natural Feature
    • Campground
    • Park
    • Cultural Interest
    • Scenic View
    • Educational Interest
    • Visitor Center
    • Emergency Care
    • Water Access
    • Fishing
    • Wildlife or Nature Viewing
    • Trail Friendly Business


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