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Huron InnHuron Inn
Huron Inn is a clean quiet comfy affordable place. We offer great views, close to shopping, dining and the ferries servicing Mackinac Island. Huron Inn is also close to the North Country Trail, Snowmobile and ATV trails, and the City of St Ignace boat launch for access to some of the Great Lakes best Salmon and Lake Trout fishing. Huron Inn is located in beautiful downtown Saint Ignace Michigan. Saint Ignace is also rich in French and Native American history. Saint Ignace has many events and festivals throughout the year, including a full blown fireworks show every Saturday night from July 4th through Labor Day, of which the Huron Inn has the best view.
Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime MuseumIcebreaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum
Icebreaker Mackinaw Maritime Museum
USCG ICEBREAKER MACKINAW WAGB-83 “An American Hero Story”. “The Queen of the Great Lakes” was built as part of the war effort during World War II to meet the heavy demands of war materials and transportation during the winter months. Decommissioned in 2006, she now resides at her namesake home of Mackinaw City, Michigan, and is open for public tours and group events. Visit the Mess Deck, Engine Room, Captain’s Quarter’s, Pilothouse and more and hear the story of the Mackinaw’s amazing 62-year career breaking ice on the Great Lakes and serving as a goodwill ambassador throughout the region. The tour is self-guided and self-paced. Docents are available along the tour route ready to answer your questions.
Indian Trails Bus StationIndian Trails Bus Station
Indian Trails, Inc.
Indian Trails provides daily scheduled motor coach service from the new St. Ignace Transportation Center to points throughout Michigan and the rest of the U.S.A. and Canada. Each coach is a newer model with deluxe accommodations and convenient amenities, include WIFI (where available) and 110 volt power outlets. Package Express service is also available, allowing you to ship packages to many points throughout the U.S. and Canada. Contact our local agent for details – 906.643.1531
Indian VillageIndian Village
Neon and wooden teepees plus the huge souvenir warehouse. The long building is faced with cedar bark and inside it is wallpapered with birch bark decorated with pictographs of arrows, animals, canoes, and headdresses.
Featuring the best prices in the Straits! Wide variety of moccasins, t-shirts, sweatshirts, souvenirs and gifts. Open May-October.
Kewadin Shores HotelKewadin Shores Hotel
Kewadin’s newest hotel property features spectacular rooms. This new facility is located on the shores of Lake Huron and is sure to please every type of visitor. Open 24 hours, 365 days.
Kiwanis InternationalKiwanis International
…was founded in 1915 in Detroit, Michigan, and became an international organization with the creation of the Kiwanis Club of Hamilton, Ontario, the following year.
Today, Kiwanis is a worldwide service organization of men and women who share the challenge of community and world improvement.
The six permanent Objects of Kiwanis International were approved by Kiwanis club delegates at the 1924 Kiwanis International Convention in Denver, Colorado. Through the decades, they have remained unchanged.
- To give primacy to the human and spiritual rather than to the material values of life.
- To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships.
- To promote the adoption and the application of higher social, business and professional standards.
- To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive and serviceable citizenship.
- To provide, through Kiwanis clubs, a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render altruistic service and to build better communities.
- To cooperate in creating and maintaining that sound public opinion and high idealism which make possible the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism and goodwill.
Get Ready to help children and families in your community? Ready to change the world? Kiwanis is ready for you!
Reach out to a Kiwanis club in your community and let them know you’d like to join. Contact a club member or officer. Let them know you’d like to learn more about Kiwanis. The St. Ignace Chapter meets every Wednesday, noon-1pm at the Driftwood Restaurant. Board meetings are the last Wednesday of the month.
Knaffle’s Tent Rental & Mini StorageKnaffle’s Tent Rental & Mini Storage
Knaffle’s Tent Rental and Mini Storage
Knaffle’s Tent Rental is a family owned and operated business that has been serving northern lower Michigan and the upper peninsula since 1992.
We offer the highest quality products available including tents in a variety of shapes and sizes, tables and chairs, moonwalks, lighting and heating units as well as event design and coordination services.
Knaffle’s Tent Rental can help make your party a complete success!
Specializing in festivals, graduation parties, company picnics, birthday parties, tent sales, weddings and more.
Storage units of various sizes, large units can accommodate cars, boats, and RV’s.
KRoyale Lakefront InnKRoyale Lakefront Inn
KRoyale Lakefront Inn
The KRoyale Lakefront Inn has all beautiful rooms overlooking the water,
with spectacular views of Mackinac Island. There is a playground on the waterfront. You have access to all the hotel amenities including: a patio or balcony overlooking the water.
Amenities include free Continental Breakfast, Indoor Pool and Spa Hot Tub, Laundry, Kids stay free, Outdoor BBQ and Picnic areas, Playground, Game Room, Gift Shop, Sun Deck, In-Room Refrigerators, Cable TV, Microwaves, Phones, All Non-Smoking Rooms, WI-FI and much more! There are two room Family Suites (which sleep 7 people), Double, Queen and King beds too.
Lakeshore RV Park & CampgroundLakeshore RV Park & Campground
Lakeshore Park Campground
Large rigs welcome, full hook-ups, 30/50 amp, beautiful view of Bridge and Straits, laundry, free shuttles to Mackinac Island ferries and Kewadin Casino, tenting and picnic area. Modem friendly & WIFI. Open May 1-Oct. 15. Amenities Restaurant Nearby – Pets Allowed Season: May 1 to Oct 15. Credit Cards Accepted Visa,Master Card,Discover
Lindsey Vork PhotographyLindsey Vork Photography
Lindsey Vork Photography
Specializing in weddings and events, families, and high school senior photography. Enjoy a portrait session in our boutique studio downtown Cheboygan or at a location of your choice in beautiful Northern Michigan and beyond! We provide a comfortable and fun atmosphere and customized sessions displaying your unique vision and style. High quality prints, albums, and personalized service guaranteed. Proud member of PPA, licensed and insured.
Little Bear East Ice Arena & Community CenterLittle Bear East Ice Arena & Community Center
Welcome to the Little Bear East Arena of St. Ignace, Michigan.
The Little Bear’s entire facility is designed for flexibility of size, function and presentational requirements. The Little Bear East Arena of St. Ignace is conveniently located at 275 Marquette Street St.Ignace, MI 49781. We invite you to experience our great Upper Michigan Conference Center!
Our St. Ignace convention rooms can be divided into two separate rooms. The South Room has 2,250 sq ft with occupancy of 150-200 people. The North Room has 2,050 sq ft with occupancy of 150-200 people. Combining the two rooms will give you a total of 4,300 sq ft with occupancy of 300-400 people.
The Little Bear also has a Mulit Purpose/Exhibit Space (available seasonally in Ice Arena). The Ice Arena has 16,000 sq ft of exhibit space for convention and trade shows, concerts, shows and other special events. The entire facility 29,300 sq ft is available to accommodate large community events. The Little Bear East Arena is available from October through March. One NHL size rink, with locker rooms, concession and bleachers are on site.
Lynn Auto Parts, Inc./NAPALynn Auto Parts, Inc./NAPA
Complete line of NAPA parts with overnight delivery. Featuring Carhartt clothing. Large selection of snowmobile and marine accessories.
Mackinac Animal Aid AssociationMackinac Animal Aid Association
Mackinac Animal Aid Association
Thank you for visiting Mackinac Animal Aid Association. We are an association that has been working in conjunction with the Mackinac Animal Shelter for many years. Our shelter’s adoption rate has been running around 94% for the last two years. It is because the animals are happy, healthy, and loved while they wait. The people connected to the shelter are well trained and educated in the care of animals. They continue to educate themselves and are willing to help others. Building a better shelter requires more than brick and mortar; it requires the desire to make a difference with the less fortunate which cannot do it for themselves. Animal rights and trends have taken dogs out of doghouses on chains to designer beds and daily walks. The County Animal Shelter is a safe haven for animals brought in by the Animal Control Officer or any law enforcement officer. Our cats and dogs are loved by the staff at the Animal Shelter. This is not a sad place or experience. The Mackinac County Animal Shelter has had many improvements over the past three years due to the efforts of many people and many donations. If you would like help by making a donation, please send to MAAA (Mackinac County Animal Aide Association) P.O. Box 92 Moran, MI 49760 Or call to find out more information; MAAA 906-643-5532. Shelter Hours are Monday – Saturday 9:00 am – 1:00 pm Sunday 9:00 am – 11:00 am. If unable to come during those hours, please call 906-643-7646 to set up an appointment. We are located at: 980 Cheeseman Road St. Ignace, MI 49781
Mackinac County Communities that CareMackinac County Communities that Care
CTC is a way to bring community members together to create a healthier, safer environment for our kids and teens.
Mackinac Economic AllianceMackinac Economic Alliance
The Mackinac Economic Alliance exists to foster economic growth through a public and private partnership dedicated to providing innovative leadership, vision, education and promotion of economic development.
Our objective is to design and implement strategies to create new business and employment opportunities, and to provide entrepreneurial encouragement throughout Mackinac County.
Mackinac Environmental Technology Inc.Mackinac Environmental Technology Inc.
Environmental Consulting Services: Underground storage tanks, Asbestos surveys, Indoor air quality services, Wetland delineations, Phase 1 & 2 property assessments and Emergency spill responses.
Mackinac Grille RestaurantMackinac Grille Restaurant
Overlooking Mackinac Island. Enjoy our Sunday brunch buffet, dinner and lunch specials and the magnificent view from the patio!ﾠ Catering available. Snowmobile trail access. Bayside wedding options.
Mackinac Island Carriage ToursMackinac Island Carriage Tours
Mackinac Island Carriage Tours World’s Largest Horse & Buggy Livery. 1-hour and 45 minute narrated, historic & scenic horse drawn tour. Located downtown area next to Visitor’s Bureau.
Mackinac Island’s Original Butterfly House & Insect WorldMackinac Island’s Original Butterfly House & Insect World
Mackinac Island’s Original Butterfly House
& Insect World
Mackinac Island’s Original Butterfly House is the third oldest LIVE butterfly exhibit in the United States. The world renowned facility has 1800 sq ft of tropical garden filled with hundreds of live butterflies from around the world. Visit this fairy tale garden where beautiful butterflies of every imaginable size and color dance to classical music and the sound of falling water, fluttering and lighting on fragrant blossoms and the enchanting waterfall that centers the garden. Learn how the rise of the butterfly industry has transformed the lives of farm workers in the rain forests the world. Read about how it has contributed to the economy while not damaging the environment. Mackinac Island’s Original Butterfly House and Insect World exhibit is THE attraction to see on Mackinac Island this summer. So don’t be left out of the fun! Join the thousands of visitors that take their turn enjoying this marvelous exhibit every season. Located behind Ste. Anne’s Church on Mackinac Island.