The community of St Ignace is located at the beginning of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula in the Mackinac county. Although it is believed that people settled in the area in the late 1600’s the community wasn’t officially established until 1882. St. Ignace has a population of approximately 2,452 and it well known as a place of different types of beautiful landscapes from historical bridges to ancient dunes and magnificent beaches. For more information on St Ignace you can visit their Visitor Bureau which is open all year round. St. Ignace is well known for being a small but large place of adventure when it comes to all the wonderful things to do and see. There are light houses close by, you can easily access Mackinac Island, farmers markets, shopping, great cuisine, and is the perfect starting point for many great day trips.