St. Ignace Michigan Area Attractions


St. Ignace is the gateway to the Upper Peninsula containing 1,700-miles of shoreline and is an all season recreational area.

Agawa Canyon -  in Canada offers train rides from Sault Sainte Marie, Canada. The narrated trip will share the history of the Ojibway, fur traders, lumber jacks, and prospectors. In the winter, they have a snow train. You will need a passport to go to Canada.
Carp River -  is about 15 miles from St. Ignace. The Carp River is a second-quality trout stream with brook, rainbow, brown trout, steelhead, and salmon.
Castle Rock - is about 10 minutes away and offers spectacular views of the Straits of Mackinaw. The platform is about 200 feet above the surrounding area.
Colonial Michilimackinac - is located in Mackinaw City. It is a reconstructed French fur-trading village and military outpost later occupied by British military and traders. It is a National Historic Landmark founded in 1715. It features re-enactments from the British occupation in the 1770s. The British abandoned the fort in 1780 to establish a new fort on Mackinac Island.

Cut River Bridge - is 22 miles west of St. Ignace. The bridge spans 641 feet across the 147 feet deep gorge. Hiking trails or the stairs will take you to the bottom of the gorge.  - Click here for details.
Drummond Island - is the second largest fresh water island in the nation and is about 60 miles from St. Ignace. More than 66% of the land is owned by the state. The island has 150 miles of shoreline and 34 inland lakes.

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