Welcome to Jack Pine Lumberjack Shows

Nine-Time World Champion Logroller, Dan McDonough continues to bring you the finest in competitive lumberjack shows with the best in family entertainment featuring world-class competitive lumberjacks. See World Champion Lumberjacks in head to head competition! Chopping, Sawing, Axe Throwing, Log Rolling and Speed Climbing – it’s a great combination of action packed fun and comedy! Shows daily in Mackinaw City, rain or shine.

Fun for the Whole Family!

Jack Pine Lumberjack Shows: The #1 Attraction in Mackinaw City!

Lumberjacks demonstrate turn of the century skills including chopping, sawing, axe throwing, cross-cut sawing and logrolling. In addition to the competition, there is also a chain saw carving demonstration. Our show educates the audience in the rich history of Michigan’s logging past. It is fast paced, up-beat and keeps the audience involved. The lumberjack show is appreciated by audience members of all ages from 2-102.

Lumberjack Speed Climb

Speed Climb

Lumberjacks compete to scale a cedar spar pole and return to the ground in record time!

Lumberjack Log Roll

Log Roll

Lumberjacks spin a floating log with their feet and try to make their opponent fall!

Lumberjack Spring Board Chop

Spring Board Chop

Lumberjacks climb onto a springboard and chop through a log mounted on top of the pole!

Lumberjack Boom Run

Boom Run

Start the log-rolling dock, lumberjack competitors run head to head on adjacent booms!

Located near Mackinac Island, Jack Pine Lumberjacks Shows has been a “must see” attraction for years! After exploring Mackinaw City forts and Mackinac Island, we are the perfect evening activity.

Jack Pine Lumberjack Shows is fortunate to be located just across the spectacular Mackinac Bridge. The 5-mile long suspension bridge connects the Upper Peninsula of Michigan to lower Michigan crossing the waters of Lake Hudson and Lake Michigan. When staying in St. Ignace, after seeing our thrilling lumberjack show, enjoy a nighttime drive across the bridge. The annual “Bridge Walk” on Labor Day is another treasured activity in the Mackinaw City and Mackinac Island area.

While visiting Mackinaw City, treat yourself to a ferry ride to historic Mackinac Island. Charming Mackinac Island has no motorized vehicles, plenty of horse drawn carriages and bicycles to rent. The century old architecture is stunning. Hike to Arch Rock, play golf and enjoy the delicious fudge. Then travel back from Mackinac Island to Mackinaw City in time for Jack Pine Lumberjack Shows. Tickets can be purchased through Star Line Mackinac Island Ferry or on our website. Tickets can also be purchased at the door.