With over 70 miles of natural and paved trails, Mackinac Island is the perfect place to get outdoors. Explore the interior of the island or the island’s eight-mile perimeter on picturesque (and paved) Lake Shore Boulevard (M-185). Biking around the island is relatively flat, and generally takes 1-1½ hours.
Lake Shore Boulevard (M-185) is the only interstate in the nation that does not allow personal motor vehicles. Highlights along the way include Arch Rock, British Landing, Brown’s Brook, Devil’s Kitchen and great views of the Straits of Mackinac and Mackinac Bridge. Use the Mackinac roads and trails map to guide you or visit the Concierge Desk for ideas and to customize your biking adventure.
Refreshments and restrooms are available at the halfway point. Special Grand Hotel box luncheons are available and can be enjoyed at any of the picnic spots throughout the island. Call 906-847-3331 for more information.
Bike Rental Prices
Bicycles are available for rent at Grand Hotel’s Pool House. All prices are per bike or Burley. Please note: Bike rentals are available until 4:30 PM with a 5:30 PM return time.
- $9.00 per hour
- $32.00 per half day (4 hours)
- $55.00 per day (8 hours)
- $5.00 per hour
- $18.00 per half day (4 hours)
- $31.00 per day (8 hours)
- $9.00 per hour
- $32.00 per half day
- $55.00 per day
We welcome you to bring your own bicycles to Mackinac Island. Guest bike parking is located across the street from the hotel, behind the Grand Hotel Pro Shop. Please bring your own bike lock. At this time electric bicycles are prohibited within a city that prohibits the use of non-emergency motor vehicles. However, the use of electric bicycles are allowed by individuals with a qualifying condition; in compliance with the American with Disabilities Act. For more information visit the city of Mackinac Island’s website: cityofmi.org.
Live Healthy Live Grand
Let Grand Hotel help you live the Grand Life. Look for healthy indulgences, exercises and healthy activity locations at Grand Hotel and around Mackinac Island marked with the Live Healthy Live Grand symbol . Click here to learn more.