Lake Huron Boardwalk-MI

Now this boardwalk is awesome! It’s located in St. Ignace and it’s actually spruce and maple lined and it’s a mile long! Yes!! You have your shops on one side and the sandy beach on the other. Perfect day to me!

Here at Lake Huron they catch fresh whitefish and bake it on a maple plank!! Oh my yum!! They cook it at this restaurant Mackinac Grille! Yes! You need to come to St. Ignace and find this place!

There’s a few places you will have to check out here. It’s a great place for us tourists. So you have your Huron Boardwalk with your shops, and your beach. If that’s not enough for you well then you can drive north end of Ignace and check out this beautiful bridge called Mackinac Bridge. This bridge is 126,372 feet long and is the 3rd longest suspended bridge. It’s an incredible view from here.

There’s a Museum of Ojibwa Culture that shows a lot of hand made things and a birch bark canoe. Pretty cool stuff to see here. And if you get a little hungry you should pop on over to Murdick’s Fudge. Everyone who loves fudge, or who am I kidding, everyone who thinks they don’t like fudge will love this fudge. Lots of different flavors and a lot of times if you buy 4 of them, you can get a free one! That’s a deal right there. We’re always looking for something for nothing 😉 Anyways for real, it’s amazing fudge. Not as good as my wife’s of course but it’s worth trying a piece or two!

Another place we all like to see is the Famous Castle Rock. It looks like a castle that’s about 200 feet high. Get views from the top and a great photo op. There is always time for a quick game of mini golf here as well. Or if you feel like flying through the trees you might like to try zip lining at 25 miles an hour!! Yes, that sounds like fun! Or check out the maze in the woods! There’s always stuff to do here. A souvenir barn where you can have your photo taken with Paul Bunyan and his blue ox, he called Babe. There are more tours to check out…Tours to Mackinac Island, Tahquamenon Falls, the Soo Locks, and the Les Cheneaux Islands all within an hour from this beautiful city St. Ignore.


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Hi my name is Kirk, and I'm excited about this blog. There's a few things that I enjoy talking about but mostly I enjoy sharing my experiences on boardwalks and sharing my knowledge on whether I thought it was worth the time or money and also I'm hoping to also show you all as readers where you need to go. Some of these boardwalks are a must see if you happen to be in the area.