The Les Cheneaux area lies east of the Mackinac Bridge along the northern shore of Lake Huron. Thirty-six islands provide sheltered channels and bays within the Straits of Mackinac, a historic harbor area for boaters and explorers. Towering forests with trails and pathways offer unparalleled year-round opportunities for vacations, day-trips, reunions and quiet breaks from city living. Cedarville and Hessel, historic Upper Peninsula port towns with marinas, have unusual gift and craft-making shops, galleries, an outfitter and guide service, and places to eat within walking distance from the docks.
Community historical museum housed in log cabin
A city-operated museum and park uncovers the vivid history of life during the 1670s when the Ojibwa, Huron and French lifestyles met in Saint Ignace.
beautiful park consists of an observation building, picnic pavilions and lots of paved parking. Located just west of the Mackinac Bridge Authority fare plaza.
Chamber of Commerce links to area businesses and information