Welcome to St. Ignace and the Eastern Upper Peninsula. From the rustic charm of Mackinac Island to the wild, scenic beauty of the Les Cheneaux archipelago and its picturesque villages of Cedarville and Hessel, to the power and majesty of the Tahquamanon Falls near Newberry, the area has something for everyone. Watch Great Lakes freighters enter the canal and lock system at Sault Ste. Marie and then witness first- hand the technological marvel at the as the ships navigate 21 foot difference between Lake Superior and Lake Huron. The Upper Peninsula is uniquely position at the juncture of 3 of the 5 Great Lakes and St. Ignace is at the hub. The area is a celebration of these Great Waters.
Click below to hear Mindy Rutgers, Executive Director of the St. Ignace Visitors Bureau talk to Ann Thomas about this beautiful area just north of the Mackinac Bridge.
6 Spring Street
St. Ignace, MI 49781