All tickets are good for any date and time from April 21 to October 31, 2019.
Adult Round-trip ticket: $27.00
Online discounted Adult Round-trip: $25.00
Child (ages 5-12) Round-trip ticket: $15.00
Online discounted Child Round-trip: $14.00
Children under 5 are FREE!
Bikes and bike trailers: $11.00 each
(This charge is for bringing your own bike or bike trailer. It is not a bike rental.)
All discounts issued for coupons or promo codes are taken off the regular price round-trip ferry ticket.
New for the 2019 season – the easiest way to give the gift of adventure!
Gift cards can be purchased online in any dollar amount. (Some restrictions apply.) Gift cards can be mailed or sent electronically to the gift recipient. They are good for five years from the purchase date and can be used online or in person to purchase tickets.
When purchasing, make sure to fill in the personal note so your friends and family know who to thank and put on their favorites list when they receive their gift!
Redemption Instructions: Gift Cards can be redeemed online or at any of the Shepler’s Mackinac Island Ferry Ticket Offices for tickets, packages, cruises, and parking. When redeeming online, you will need to enter the barcode number and PIN. Cards are good for 5 years from date of purchase.
Buy 2 adult tickets at our regular rate of $27.00 each and get a free child’s (ages 5-12) ticket or get $15.00 off a third adult.
(This must be purchased as a package, not as individual tickets)
3 Adults: $67.00
2 Adults / 1 child (ages 5-12): $54.00
Multiple Day Ferry Tickets
Mack & Back: Unlimited rides for one person. 1, 2, and 3 day passes.
1-day (Adult, Child ages 5-12): $32.00, $19.00
2-day (Adult, Child ages 5-12): $42.50, $24.50
3-day (Adult, Child ages 5-12): $49.00, $28.00
Available in the ticket office only.
2 Round-trips for one person to Mackinac Island. Must be used within 4 days. Available at the ticket office only.
Child: $24.50 (ages 5-12)
Available in the ticket office only.
Discount Island Packages
Packages include one round-trip ferry ticket and one ticket for Mackinac Island Carriage Tours’ 1 hour and 45 minute narrated carriage tour of the Island. Your fully narrated tour of Mackinac Island begins in the center of Main Street and offers you stops at the most popular Island sites! Click here for a full description of the tour.
Child (ages 5-12)
Mackinac Island Carriage Tours opens for public tours early May and closes towards the end of October (weather dependent). Operational times are subject to change without notice. Please be sure to check with Mackinac Island Carriage Tours for opening and closing times for the day you will be taking the tour. Promo codes do not apply to packages. Everyone on your order must be present at the same time for the tour.
Wings of Mackinac requires a separate ticket that must be purchased at the door.
Grand Hotel Admission and Lunch
You can purchase admission tickets to Grand Hotel as well as lunch in the Main Dining Room through our website. You must purchase ferry tickets in order to purchase Island Add-on tickets. Lunch is available from 12:00 to 2:00 p.m. daily, with the exception of blackout dates that are listed below. Grand Hotel opens to the public May 3rd and closes October 26, 2019.
Please note that your lunch ticket includes admission to the hotel and you do not have to purchase a separate admission ticket. Blackout dates apply and are subject to change without notice. Please go to the Grand Hotel website for more information. Everyone on your order must be present at the same time for admission and lunch.
May 28 – No public Admission after 2:00 PM
May 29-30 – No Public Admission
May 31 – No Public Admission before 2:00 PM
Lunch: (No public lunch seating on the following dates)
Adult Admission: $10.00
Child Admission (5-9): $5.00
Adult Lunch: $53.00
Youth Lunch (10-17): $31.80
Child Lunch (5-9): $26.50
Inside the stately stone walls it’s a different time.
The cannon blasts, the rifles fire, the soldiers march and history comes alive. The oldest building in Michigan and 13 other historical structures boast exhibits explaining everything from military training and battles to medical treatments to family life within the fort.
More than just a military outpost, Fort Mackinac served as a home for soldiers and their families and eventually the headquarters for Mackinac National Park, where tourists to the island visited the great fortress on the bluff, much like they do today. (via mackinacparks.com)
Fort Mackinac opens to the public early May 2nd and closes October 27, 2019. Everyone on your order must be present at the same time for admission into the Fort. Please check open hours at mackinacparks.com.
Adult Admission: $13.00
Child Admission (5-12): $7.50