The smart way to plan your travel itinerary   
You are here: Home > St. Ignace - Michigan

Vacation in St. Ignace - Michigan

Jump to: Overview, Things To Do, Transportation, Climate, Accommodations, Cost

Area Overview

St. Ignace is a small coastal town nestled along the bay just over the Mackinac Bridge in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. St. Ignace is well known for it's quaint, small town charm, it's yearly Car Show that draws thousands of car enthusiasts each year, and for our proximity to Mackinac Island, many hiking trails, fishing, and other family friendly outdoor amenities. St. Ignace is a bustling town in the summer, with fireworks every Saturday night starting in July and Movies on the Bay on Sunday nights.

Things to Do

Recreation & Fitness

There are lots of nearby hiking and biking trails.

Cultural Activities

Twilight Tours through downtown are a great way to start you cultural experience in St. Ignace. Stop by the Museum of Ojibwe Culture and the Fort Du Buade Musuem are great spots to hit next; you may event see a Native American ceremony take place at the Long Houses which will be renovated this year with all natural materials.


Castle Rock is a popular tourist destination, as is the Mystery Spot.


Straits Taxi is available for commuters.


Monthly Temperatures / Rainfall

 Month  Low  Avg  High  Rain
 January  12.2  18.5  24.8  1.7 "
 February  11.9  19.1  26.4  1.0 "
 March  20.3  27.6  35.0  1.6 "
 April  31.9  39.4  46.8  2.0 "
 May  42.8  51.3  59.7  2.4 "
 June  52.9  61.1  69.3  2.5 "
 July  59.6  67.4  75.2  2.7 "
 August  59.7  67.0  74.3  2.6 "
 September  51.6  58.6  65.6  3.1 "
 October  41.6  47.6  53.7  2.9 "
 November  31.5  36.2  40.9  2.4 "
 December  20.7  25.6  30.4  1.6 "

Best Time To Go:

Summer and fall.

St. Ignace boasts pleasant temperatures all summer long, rarely exceeding 80 degrees. The summers end quickly and move into stunning autumns with gorgeous foliage and chilly nights, perfect for getting into the winter mood. St. Ignace is popular in the winter with Skiers, Snowmobilers, and hunters.


There are lots accommodations available in St. Ignace, from quaint and vintage cottages to hotels with all the amenities, there is something for everyone.


Cost Information Is Unavailable

Additional Information

Visitor Information

Back to: Overview, Things To Do, Transportation, Climate, Accommodations, Cost

What's New Privacy Statement Customer Service Sign In Tell a Friend Get Listed Contact Us
Travel Articles Legal Site Map Register About Us Follow WeGoPlaces on Facebook!