Also known as the "Big Mac" or "Mighty Mac", the bridge spans 8,614 feet making it the fourth longest suspension bridge in the world.

Spanning approximately 5 miles, the Mackinac Bridge connects Michigan's Upper and Lower Peninsulas

connecting the communities of Mackinaw City and St. Petersburg.

Catch the spectacular sight of big illuminated trucks as they parade across the Mighty Mackinac Bridge on Saturday night.

Ignace and the Mackinac Bridge "Parade of Lights" begins with the "Mighty Mac" passing by and then returning to St. Peters.

The Mackinac Bridge is the longest suspension bridge in the Western Hemisphere with its 7,400-foot road suspended

The total length of the bridge, including its approaches, is about five miles.

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The Mackinac Bridge, a long-span suspension bridge, spans the Mackinac Straits to the Lower Peninsula of Michigan, US

It is the third-longest suspension bridge in the United States, after the Verazzano-Narrows Bridge and the Golden Gate Bridge