Whether your travel is for vacation or business, it helps to know what to expect in terms of travel time and mileage. Listed below are the Driving Distances from Detroit to various destinations across Michigan and the United States as obtained from Google Maps. The destinations are arranged by travel time from Detroit.
Ann Arbor, Michigan -- 45 MinutesDetroit to Ann Arbor, Michigan via I-94 W is approximately 45 miles and will take approximately 45 minutes.
Toledo, Ohio -- 1 HourDetroit to Toledo, Ohio via I-75 S is approximately 60 miles and should take a little over an hour
Lansing, Michigan -- 1.5 HoursDetroit to Lansing, Michigan via I-96 W is approximately 95 miles and will take approximately 1 and 1/2 hours.
Cedar Point, Sandusky, Ohio -- 2.25 HoursDetroit to Cedar Point, Ohio via I-75 S is approximately 113 miles and should take approximately 2 1/4 hours
Grand Rapids, Michigan -- 2.5 HoursDetroit to Grand Rapids, Michigan via I-696 W is approximately 160 miles and will take approximately 2 and 1/2 hours.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada -- 4 HoursDetroit to Toronto, Ontario, Canada via Sarnia is approximately 245 miles and will take approximately 4 hours.
Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada -- 4.25 HoursDetroit to Niagara Falls, Ontario, Canada via Sarnia is approximately 250 miles and will take approximately 4 and 1/4 hours.
Mackinaw City, Michigan -- 4.25 HoursDetroit to Mackinaw City, Michigan via I-75 N is approximately 290 miles and should take approximately 4 and 1/4 hours.
From Mackinaw City you can take a ferry to Mackinac Island, a trip that takes approximately a half hour. Ticket costs vary depending on the package, but in 2009 a round-trip ticket was $21 to $24 an adult, $11 to $12 a child. Transportation of bikes is $8 extra.