Clarion Hotel Beachfront
905 S. Huron
Mackinaw City, MI 49701
Phone: (231) 436-5539
Fax: (231) 436-7107
"Northern Michigan's premier shopping, dining and entertainment destination," Mackinaw Crossings features To Bead or Not to Bead, Teysen's Gallery, Memo's Wonderland, Oliver's Trendz, Strait to the Pantry, Mrs. Claus, Enchanted Knights, Made in Michigan Unlimited, Paws Fur Fun, Kilwin's Chocolates & Ice Cream, True North Books, Pop Shop, Doghouse Diner, the Bean Counter, Courtyards Cinema, Serenity Salon & Spa, Great Lakes Bear Factory, Bear River Woodshop, and Mackinaw Trail Winery.
A 30,000 square foot retail and outdoor super store, Jim Wehr's Mackinaw Outfitters "offers the highest quality of outdoor lifestyle products at affordable prices." Available brands include Bass Pro Shops, the Northface, Columbia, Under Armor, Carhartt, Exofficio, Mad Bomber, Coleman, Igloo, Stormy Kromer, Costa Del Mar, Mathews, Hoyt, Browning, Benelli, Berkley, Spin Doctor, and Okuma. The first level of the store features apparel, camping equipment, and seasonal footwear for the entire family. The upstairs houses massive assortments of hunting, fishing, marine and related clothing. Mackinaw Outfitters also features a 40-foot rock climbing wall, 10,000-gallon freshwater fish aquarium stocked with native area fish and numerous wildlife taxidermy mounts.
Located on the State Street is a one-of-a-kind souvenir shop called Indian Village. Housed in a building that was first built in 1927, the Indian Village offers hundreds of cute, local and native nick-knacks like authentic Native American spears, old post cards and even a range of taxidermied animals and animal parts. Check out if native Indian souvenirs appeal to you.
This charming gallery is tucked away in Cross Village and features the unique work of 40 local artists. Simplistic interiors of exposed white washed duct work, and untreated wooden plank walls show off the gorgeous paintings, prints, pottery, sculptures, clothing, jewelry and more from exceptionally talented individuals. Find the perfect painting to adorn your mantlepiece or a cozy scarf to wear during the winter. Workshops on painting, and beadwork are available for those looking to get crafty.
Located in the lobby level of the Boyne Highlands, the Aonach Mor Cafe is not only a delicatessen but also a store. A one stop shop for refreshments and hassle-free packed foods for picnics, this deli stocks sandwiches, wraps, rolls, a variety of cheese, salami, ham and spreads. On offer here are also coffees, lattes, drinks, beer and wines. Children can try the various ice-cream flavors available here. Check website for varying timings.
This charming boutique is housed in a cabin that was brought all the way from Quebec to Harbor Springs. Inside Primitive Images lies a treasure trove of handcrafted artisan items, rustic pieces of furniture, and even a tea house where you can enjoy a nice cup of tea. Perfect for finding locally made souvenirs and goods, Primitive Images is a must visit.
Beautiful garden center providing all of your commercial or residential garden needs including perennials, annuals, window boxes, and basket plantings.
Sales, services, and rental of touring gear supplies for all of your biking needs including mountain and road bikes for racing and touring. Also offers a complete selection of children's bikes, clothes, helmets, shoes, and accessories.
This 3,000 square foot furniture store showcases French Country and American furniture. Home accessories and garden accouterments are also available.
This jeweler specializes in fine gold and sterling silver jewelry and also offers jewelry repairs, insurance, and estate appraisals.
Specializes in beautiful, handcrafted one-of-a-kind furniture including dining room tables, china cabinets, entertainment centers, chairs, and sweeping staircases. All are built from native Michigan wood. Hand carvings, turned components, or stone inlaids available for your custom designed pieces.