Lake Huron - St Ignace Area


25Listings$45K-$3.8M$13.6MTotal Value
Lake Huron - St Ignace Area, Michigan

Located in Michigan, Lake Huron - St Ignace Area real estate is a top twenty market in the state for lake homes and lake lots.

The typical average list prices of Lake Huron - St Ignace Area homes for sale is $441,000. On average, there are 30 lake homes for sale on Lake Huron - St Ignace Area, and 50 lake lots and parcels.

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About Lake Huron - St Ignace Area
Access to Two Great Lakes

The St. Ignace area allows residents access to Northern Lake Huron and Northern Lake Michigan, two of America's largest lakes. Not only that, but this area is a remote paradise filled with natural beauty.

The city of St. Ignace is the closest place for emergency care. The Chippewa County International Airport is roughly 20 miles north of Saint Martin Bay.

The Freshwater Sea

By surface area Lake Huron is the second-largest of the Great Lakes, covering 23,010 square miles. More than 9,000 square miles of Huron lies in Michigan, and the remaining 13,904 lies in Ontario, Canada.

The lake boasts a massive 3,827-mile shoreline, which includes its many islands. Manitoulin Island separates the North Channel and Georgian Bay from Lake Huron's main body of water and is the world's largest lake island.

More than 1,000 shipwrecks have been recorded in Lake Huron. Alpena, Michigan's Thunder Bay, is the "Shipwreck Capital of the Great Lakes".

More than 200 shipwrecks lie on the bottom of this bay, the result of the bay's shallow waters and strong thunderstorms for which it was named.

If you are in the mood for fishing, particularly walleye, then Lake Huron is the place to be. This body of water is revered as one of the best walleye fishing spots in the United States and is said to be at peak season in the summertime.

In addition to walleye, anglers can expect to catch salmon, bass, musky, perch, and trout year-round in Lake Huron.

Visit St. Ignace

St. Ignace is a vibrant city with a rich history dating back thousands of years! The area was inhabited long before European fur traders came to the area.

Visit the Museum of Ojibwa Culture to learn more about the history of the Natives. The museum chronicles the Native inhabitants through the time when the Europeans and Natives intersected to create a bustling fur trading hub.

Head to the Straits State Park to take in views of the Mackinac Bridge or enjoy a picnic on a nice day. After your day of exploring, check out local restaurants like Bentley's B-M-L Cafe, Original Murdick's Fudge & Murdick's Fudge Kitchen, and the Village Inn of St. Ignace.

Parks and Preserves

There are many gorgeous parks and preserves that dot the 33 miles of shoreline. Some examples are Horseshoe Bay Wilderness, Search Bay Nature Preserve, Birge Nature Preserve, and the William B. Derby Nature Preserve.

Why Lake Huron - St. Ignace Area?

Rolling forests, plenty of things to do on the water, and wonderful cities to explore. If this sounds like your kind of place, then look at some of the gorgeous properties listed around Lake Huron!