Boating, Fishing, and Travel Information for Saint Ignace, MI

Saint Ignace, sits on the shore of Lake Huron at the north end of the Mackinac Bridge, opposite Mackinaw City, serving as the gateway to the UP for travelers coming from the Lower Peninsula. It is one of two ports with ferry service to Mackinac Island, and is the only mainland city accessible from the island (by snowmobile) when Lake Huron is frozen over. Kewadin Casino of St. Ignace, is a significant tourist attraction and local employer. Straits State Park is located at the sound end of the city. Wawatam Lighthouse is located in the city’s harbor. The harbor also is a port for Coast Guard ice breakers.

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