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Bridge View Park, Saint Ignace

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  • Always a beautiful place to stop. The view of the bridge is fantastic! Bathrooms are always clean & well maintained. 
  • Walk around town,and view the many free sights.Riding the horse drawn carriages is very relaxing.And one can enjoy a leisure trip. 
  • We came upon this by accident and are so glad that we did! Fabulous view of the bridge, lots of beautiful flowers (late summer) and the park itself is very clean. Would be a great picnic spot. The vis...  more »
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  • Great view of the Mackinaw bridge. Well kept and maintained grounds. Plenty of photo ops. Full history of bridge inside. Pretty lake view.
  • Great place for tourist! You get a beautiful veiw of the Mackinac Bridge.
  • Its great to know the history behind such a big bridge..
  • We always stop here on our trips north. Good view of bridge great place to get out of the car after a long drive
  • A park that has a seashore feel to it, even though it is on the shores of the Great Lakes.