#America Summer Hot Spots: Michigan's Island Getaway

Mackinac Island, a national historic landmark, is known for delicious fudge, biking and hiking.
1:46 | 07/17/13

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Two more. Something to do with fish. Ike a trout. It is a trout. What's this? That's lara's. Are you guys ready? Yes. One last guess. No clue. Really? Mackinaw island. Take a look. Hi, everyone. Welcome to mackinaw island. Reporter: It's right in narrow water of mackinac island. Transporting visitors back to a si. I love this island. There's sailboats. There's bike riding. There's hiking. Reporter: No cars are allowed on the island. But that doesn't stop tourists from getting around town. Especially for a taste of the famous fudge. Or to visit the world's longest porch. And the iconic white rocking chairs at the grand hotel, a mackinac island treasure. We love it, too. Come visit soon. Such a special place. That's old-town, small-town america. It's great. I desperately want to go. That's charming. When I lived in chicago, we would go to mackinac island for vacation. It's so beautiful. It looks like a place you want to go and hang out and spend some time. I feel we need to go do more research. Definitely.

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