Saint Ignace

Mackinac Bridge at Sunset

Mackinac Bridge at Sunset

The Mackinac Bridge is the longest suspension bridge in the Western Hemisphere with 7,400 feet of roadway suspended in the air over the straits of Mackinac. Total length of the bridge, including its approaches, is approximately five miles.

Photo courtesy of St. Ignace Visitors Bureau


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St. Ignace is located in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, at the north side of the Mighty Mackinac Bridge. We are Michigan’s second-oldest continuously inhabited city. We were a Native American settlement long before the coming of the French, who were led to the Straits by Father Marquette and Sieur Robert de LaSalle. Rich in cultural & Native American history, St. Ignace lures visitors from all over the world with our unhurried atmosphere surrounded by spectacular beauty. Our downtown business district stretches along the stunning blue shoreline of Lake Huron on Moran Bay. Stroll the beautiful, mile-long Huron Boardwalk along the expansive waterfront and view historical descriptions along the way. St. Ignace is part of the Great Waters of Pure Michigan, offering unparalleled opportunities to enjoy unspoiled beauty, unique history and the Great Lakes of Huron, Michigan and Superior. We offer a variety of events throughout the year for your enjoyment!