Your Personal Tour Guide for a St Ignace Michigan Vacation
Welcome to St Ignace Michigan, Upper Peninsula's Gateway to the North!
Our goal here is to help you plan your Vacation in St. Ignace with the least amount of stress, and the most fun, as we possibly can.
St. Ignace is a beautiful city, located on the shores of Lake Michigan and Lake Huron, at the north end of the Mackinac Bridge.
St. Ignace Michigan was founded in 1671 by Father Marquette and named for St. Ignatius of Loyola
This Beautiful city is full of Native American History. They have the Michinemackinong Pow Wow on Labor Day weekend. I have been to a few of them and have had a wonderful experience, learning so much about their history and traditions.
Another fun thing to do here on Labor Day is the Mackinac Bridge walk. (Yes, a 5 mile walk accross the Mighty Mac, but more on that later!)
On our last visit we went to one of the many St. Ignace attractions.
The Mystery Spot we found to be mystifying, bewildering, and totally mind boggling. In other words we had a great time.
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Another area attraction defintely worth a top mention is the mighty Mackinac Bridge. Open for travel in 1957, this 5 mile suspention bridge is truly a man made mircle. The longest suspension bridge in the world!
We have been over it too many times to count and to this day it still amazes us.
Other area attractions listed below.
St. Helena Island lighthouse, located in St. Ignace, was established in 1873.
Round Island Lighthouse is located on Mackinac Island, built in 1865, and featured in the movie Somewhere in Time.
Tahquamenon Falls State Park is located approximatly 1 hour north of St. Ignace on M-123.
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