The Mackinaw area is among the most historic and beautiful areas of Michigan, and you will definitely want to take some time to get to know more about the area with the Historical Sightseeing Tour offered by the Mackinaw Trolley Company while you are visiting the area.
We also offer a detail of most tour stops, drive bys and visits with our Tour Connections page.
The Father Marquette National Memorial pays tribute to the life and work of Father Jacques Marquette. The historic state park honors the priest who established Michigan's first two permanent settlements.
Today Father Marquette is recognized as one of the great explorers of the North American continent. On a rise overlooking the Straits of Mackinac, the Memorial pays homage to this 17th-century missionary and the meeting of French and Native American cultures deep in the continental wilderness. Current attractions include the National Memorial pavilion, an outdoor 15-station interpretive trail, park pavilion, picnic area with public restrooms, and a panoramic view of the Straits of Mackinac spanned by the mighty Mackinac Bridge.
Father Marquette National Memorial
592 Boulevard Dr
St Ignace, , MI 49781