The influence of excess Mg on the Mode I propagation of fatigue crack was examined in newly developed precipitation-hardened Al alloy containing Zr and excess Mg. The aim of this study was to evaluate the underlying factor affecting fatigue crack growth rate in the stage II region. For this purpose, the rotating bending fatigue tests were performed in constant amplitude loading, and replication technique with an optical microscope was used to measure the crack growth in the Al alloys. Through analyses of the crack propagation on the specimen surface and striation formation of the fracture surface, the effects of excess Mg in the Al alloys were clarified to promote the occurrence of mode I fatigue crack, and decelerate the fatigue crack propagation. These facts suggest that the dynamic strain aging of Mg induces the formation of fatigue striation and reduce the driving force of the crack propagation. The findings were supported by the fractographic observations in the fatigue crack propagation region.