Find a vacation rental that meets your expectations among the 99 welcoming accommodations from several vacation rental websites in Saint Ignace. Every one of the vacation rentals from our partner websites are directly compared on our website, allowing you to save up to 10%.
Recommended Vacation Rentals in Saint Ignace
Rent a vacation accommodation in Saint Ignace: from $46 per night
Vacation Rentals With Fireplaces
Vacation Homes With Fishing Spots Nearby
Dog-Friendly Vacation Rentals
Popular Rental Amenities in Saint Ignace
The Weather in Saint Ignace
Find the Saint Ignace climate diagram. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 73° On the contrary, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is July while the driest month is July.
Enjoy Saint Ignace's natural and historic wonders from a vacation home
Soak in the simple, easy pace of Saint Ignace, where community spirit and nature blend beautifully. Sand dunes, lush forests, cool waters and tons of history await the discerning traveler. Choose from a variety of lakeside inns and resorts, or spacious vacation homes and cottages.
Culture and history unraveled
The modern Wawatam Lighthouse is an iconic Saint Ignace landmark that guides not just mariners but also snowmobilers making the trip between the Straits of Mackinac and Mackinac Island. The other unmissable landmark is the Mackinac Suspension Bridge, which connects the Upper and Lower Peninsulas of Michigan. The bridge is a popular lookout point for birdwatchers, photographers, and architecture enthusiasts.
Day out with the kids
Saint Ignace and its surroundings cater to outdoorsy families. Kids will enjoy the biking trails that weave through pine and aspen forests, wetlands and sand dunes, and past the shores of Lake Michigan. The Lake Michigan Sand Dunes are a fun destination for picnics, swimming and sunbathing. A 40-minute drive from Saint Ignace is the Garlyn Zoological Park, home to cougars, black bears, wolves, wallabies, otters and more.
Three miles from Saint Ignace is the fascinating geological limestone stack of Castle Rock, overlooking Lake Huron. Anglers meanwhile should try their luck at Chain Lake, known for its schools of rock bass, sunfish, bass, and perch. Or set off on an underwater diving excursion in the Straits of Mackinac, where shipwrecks and strange underwater rock formations await. The straits are a popular spot for scuba diving, too. Winters are just as fun in Saint Ignace: there's ice fishing, skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, tubing and more.
Take the ferry across to the vehicle-free Mackinac Island, whose downtown area exudes 19th-century elegance. Try the delicious Mackinac Island Fudge while you're here. Its oldest sights include Fort Mackinac, McGulpin House and Biddle House, which date to the 1780s, and Mission Church (Michigan's oldest surviving church building).
We compare more than 300 providers, including: