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Dave Kunze PhotographyDave Kunze Photography
Dave Kunze Photography
General photography services. Stock photos of the greater St. Ignace area.
Clyde & Betsy Dayrell-Hart
Friends of the Chamber
Clyde is Harbor Master at the St. Ignace Marina who retired from cabinet making. Betsy works part-time at Cedars of Mackinac, volunteers for various St. Ignace events and charitable causes, and sees patients on an occasional basis for veterinarians who wish to consult with a board-certified veterinary neurologist.
Deer RanchDeer Ranch
Live whitetail deer with fawns in natural setting. A unique gift shop featuring deerskin products. The area’s largest selection of moccasins.
Dolan-Robinson VFW Post 5114Dolan-Robinson VFW Post 5114
Fish Fry on Friday night, 5-8pm
OUR MISSION:To foster camaraderie among United States veterans of overseas conflicts. To serve our veterans, the military, and our communities. To advocate on behalf of all veterans.
OUR VISION: Ensure that veterans are respected for their service, always receive their earned entitlements, and are recognized for the sacrifices they and their loved ones have made on behalf of this great country.
OUR CORE VALUES:
Always put the interests of our members first
Treat donors as partners in our cause
Honor military service
Ensure the care of veterans and their families
Serve our communities
Promote a positive image of the VFW
Respect the diversity of veteran opinions
Driftwood MotelDriftwood Motel
Ground floor rooms, restaurant and bar attached, phones, refrigerators, in-room coffee, game room. Charming private cottage and lake view loft available also. Open year-round. On snowmobile trail. Across from ferries and near shopping, beach and museums. Amenities Conference – Meeting Room – Restaurant – TV – Cable – Smoke Free Rooms – Pets Allowed – Water View – Snowmobile Trail
Spacious NEW loft apartment located in downtown St. Ignace with spectacular view of Mackinac Island, Lake Huron and the St. Ignace Harbor.
Rent by the Night or Week! Close to ATV & snowmobile trails, downtown museums and sandy beach with picnic area.
Apartment features two bedrooms, sleeps 10-12 people, two queen beds in each room, bunk beds and rollaways available, fully equipped kitchen, housekeeping service, WiFi and WiFi Gaming, movie channels and DVD.
Three bedroom cottage in downtown St. Ignace with full kitchen, cable TV with movies, and phone, Restaurant, sports bar, and motel adjacent. Across from ferries and on snowmobile trail. Open year-round. Amenities TV – Cable – Pets Allowed – Water View – Snowmobile Trail
Driftwood Restaurant and Sports BarDriftwood Restaurant and Sports Bar
Welcome to the Driftwood Restaurant, Sports Bar, and Motel
Based in St. Ignace, Michigan, The Driftwood Restaurant, Sports Bar, Motel & Snowflake Cottage has been proud to serve the community and visitors alike for 25 years. Whether you are craving fine dining in a relaxing atmosphere, looking for a good time with friends, sports, and spirits, or just in need of a place to get some peaceful rest, the Driftwood is definitely the place for you.
We’ve recently remodeled our restaurant dining room and sports bar to have a more relaxing atmosphere whether your stay is just for dinner, or for the weekend.
We are open all year around so you’ll have a place to stay while enjoying our beautiful summers, or sledding during our snow packed winters.
Please, come experience all that we have to offer. There are picture links at the top of this site that allow you to find more detailed information on each of the places that make up the Driftwood. If you see something on any of the menus that you like, but aren’t in the mood for dining out, just call the order in and take advantage of our Carry Out option!
E.U.P. Michigan Works!E.U.P. Michigan Works!
Michigan Works! Association is recognized nationally as the largest and most progressive workforce development association in the country. Michigan Works! was established in 1987 to foster high-quality employment and training programs serving employers and workers by providing support activities and a forum for information exchange for Michigan’s workforce development system. That system has been recognized by the National Alliance of Business as the most innovative in the country. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and Wednesday by appointment only.
East Lake ResortEast Lake Resort
East Lake Resort
East Lake Resort is located in the beautiful Upper Peninsula on East Lake. Come and relax while enjoying the quiet, friendly atmosphere.
All cabins are furnished and include a microwave, refrigerator, television and boat. Can accommodate 6 people.
Secluded camping also. Open May through November.
Evashevski Law OfficeEvashevski Law Office
A family-operated law firm serving St. Ignace and Northern Michigan with a variety of civil legal services.
Everson’s Home FurnishingsEverson’s Home Furnishings
Everson’s Home Furnishings
For all your home furnishing needs. Restonic Bedding-Lazyboy-England-Vaughan Bassett, Ashley Furniture-Best Craft. Carpet, vinyl and laminate flooring including Armstrong-Shaw-Congoleum-U.S.Floors. Window treatments. Upholstery service also available. We deliver-financing available-major credit cards.
Hours: 9am-5:30pm Monday through Friday, 10am-3pm Saturday
Family FareFamily Fare
Full line of groceries, produce, meat, Lotto, ATM, camping supplies, ice and much more! All this and great service, too!
Father Marquette National MemorialFather Marquette National Memorial
Father Marquette National Memorial
Father Jacques Marquette, a French Jesuit missionary, established Michigan’s earliest European settlements at Sault Ste. Marie and St. Ignace in 1668 and 1671. He lived among the Great Lakes Indians from 1666 to his death in 1675. During these nine years, Father Marquette mastered several native languages and helped Louis Jolliet map the Mississippi River.
Today, Father Marquette is recognized as one of the great explorers of the North American continent. On a rise overlooking the Straits of Mackinac, the Father Marquette National Memorial tells the story of that 17th-century missionary-explorer and the meeting of French and Native American cultures deep in the North American wilderness.
Father Marquette National Memorial is located on Boulevard Drive just off US-2 in St. Ignace and is interpreted in cooperation with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
Attractions include an outdoor interpretive trail, picnic area and a panoramic view of the Mackinac Bridge.
Click here for a site map.
Fernelius AutomotiveFernelius Automotive
Fernelius Toyota Chrylser Dodge Jeep RAM
The all new state-of-the art Fernelius dealership situated at 11283 North Straits Highway on eight acres, provides a diverse inventory as well as a large modern service area, and was designed with the customer in mind. Whether consumers are traveling a long distance or a short jaunt our facility will meet their needs.
Firehouse InnFirehouse Inn
Centrally located to many area attractions. Spacious units, cable-color TV, carpeting, tub & shower combinations, motel rooms and cabins.
First National Bank of St. IgnaceFirst National Bank of St. Ignace
ATM locations: Main office in downtown St. Ignace, Family Fare in St. Ignace, UP Fuels/Shell on US-2, Cedarville Foods, Moran Township Branch on West US-2, North Bay Branch St. Ignace. Branches located in Cedarville, Naubinway, Newberry and on Mackinac Island.
Fort de Buade Museum & GalleryFort de Buade Museum & Gallery
Over 6700 square feet of spectacular artifacts covering pre-contact Native, French, English and American periods. See the largest collection of authentic Indian and military artifacts and trade items of this period and region. It is located on the original Fort site.
Hours: May 22-June 25
Sunday Noon to 4pm, Monday closed, Tues-Sat. 10am-6pm
Hours: June 26-September 6
Sunday Noon to 4pm, Monday closed, Tues-Thurs. 10am-6pm, Fri.-Sat 10am-8pm
Hours: September 8-October 2
Sun-Mon closed, Tues.-Sat. 10am-6pm
St. Ignace Heritage Center is open for genealogy research on Tuesdays from 3pm to 7pm and by appointment. Call 906-643-6627. The Heritage Center, located with the For de Buade complex, is the “go to” place for family history research. Computers with access to the internet and ancestry.com are available as well as our collection of local records with staff and volunteer genealogists to assist you. Our center also has amassed a great number of family and local photographs, postcards, church and other records which are available to assist you in your quest for family histories.