Pristine and upscale, anchored by a bustling, historic
downtown, crisscrossed with bike paths, and surrounded
by 80 miles of beaches.
MACKINAC ISLAND, MICHIGAN
No cars allowed on this island separating the upper and
lower peninsulas, home to
Victorian summer cottages,
the historic Grand Hotel, and
Mackinac Island State Park.
Fourth largest and oldest of the main Hawaiian Islands, with verdant rain forests, rippling waterfalls, towering sea cliffs (pictured), and dramatic Waimea Canyon.
ORCAS ISLAND, WASHINGTON
Dubbed the “Gem of the San Juans,” with a picturesque fiord, 38 miles of hiking trails, mountain peaks, quaint
villages, and artist colonies. www.visitsanjuans.com/the-islands/orcas-island
OCRACOKE ISLAND, NORTH CAROLINA
The outermost island
in the Outer Banks, with
the white sand beaches of Cape Hatteras National
Seashore and steeped in