Calendar of Events
Staying at The Inn at Stonecliffe gives you a front-row seat to the best events on Mackinac Island. From sporting events and food and wine festivals to holiday fireworks, garden shows, seasonal celebrations and more, Mackinac Island has an event for visitors of all ages and interests. When planning your stay at the Inn, please be sure to check out our event calendar to learn more about upcoming Mackinac Island happenings.
A challenging course for runners and walkers of all ages, this race starts inside Fort Mackinac with a rifle salute and winds through beautiful paved trails past scenic Island landmarks to Fort Holmes—the highest point of the Island—then back to the finish line at Fort Mackinac.
In addition to a scenic 51-mile bike ride (not a race, just a leisurely ride), the Zoo-de-Mackinac offers a weekend’s worth of parties, live bands and plenty of good times.
Book your accommodations for the Detroit Regional Chamber Policy Conference at The Inn at Stonecliffe.
Considered one of the most challenging freshwater boat races in the world, the Port Huron to Mackinac Yacht Race includes approximately 250 participants braving big waves, high wind, swarms of black flies and insufferable heat to be the first to reach Mackinac Island.
The Chicago to Mackinac Yacht Race is the longest freshwater sailing event and considered one of the most prestigious sailing races in the world, drawing mariners from Maine to California.
Mackinac Island fudge has been a beloved treat for more than a century. Celebrating all things fudge, this fun event includes fudge making demonstrations & tastings, family games at Windermere Point, a fudge egg hunt and fudge ball games, a wine sampling & fudge pairing, live concerts and more.
Join over 2,000 runners and walkers for one of the oldest and most scenic races in Michigan on a course that covers some of the most scenic landscape on Mackinac Island.
The movie “Somewhere in Time,” starring Jane Seymour, Christopher Reeve, and Christopher Plummer, was filmed on Mackinac Island in 1979 and released in 1980. The weekend includes a screening of the film, discussions of the movie’s production process, appearances by cast and crew and themed parties and events where guests dress in period garb.
Join more than 100 women for a weekend filled with health & wellness seminars, fun activities, tasty bites, beverages, and more.
What better way to celebrate late fall on beautiful Mackinac Island than by joining more than 3,500 runners and walkers on the inside trails of Mackinac Island? Registered entrants enjoy commemorative medals, a race shirt in Great Turtle fashion, access to Halloween events for adults and kids and great end-of-season sales at local shops.