Castle Rock/Souvenir Barn

Phone: 906-643-8268

Admission

Open Seasonally

The History of Castle Rock
It is considered to be one of the oldest lookout points near the city of St. Ignace, and was known as "Pontiac's Lookout" by the Ojibwa Tribe. Clarence Eby opened Castle Rock for tourists in 1929, and it has remained a popular tourist destination ever since. Castle Rock rises an astonishing 195 feet above water

Highlights

Rises almost 200'
View of Mackinac Island
Paul Bunyan and Babe his blue ox

Hours

Open 7 days a week, early May thru mid-October

Admission

$1 Per Person

level and about 183 feet above I-75. The summit of Castle Rock offers a scenic and inspiring view for up to 20 miles, featuring Mackinac Island, Lake Huron, downtown St. Ignace, and wildlife habitat. The lookout point is equipped with viewing binoculars for a truly spectacular view of the area. This is one attraction that is family friendly, pet safe* and, and not be missed.

Our Gift Shop

Castle Rock's unique gift shop features a birch bark ceiling and walls hand crafted by local Native Americans in the early 1950's. Souvenirs include: T-shirts, glassware, toys, and jewelry. You're sure to find something for everyone at Castle Rock.

Address: N2690 Castle Rock Rd.
St. Ignace, MI 49781
GPS:

Phone: 906-643-8268
Fax:906.643.0361

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