The St. Clair County Metropolitan Planning Commission (MPC) and the St. Clair County Parks and Recreation Commission (PARC) present the Blueways of St. Clair, a website to help you visit and enjoy the land and water trails along the St. Clair River corridor, from Anchor Bay to the northern border of the county along Lake Huron.
Click on the 'Routes' tab, above, to access 16 different paddling routes in 9 different water bodies. Use the 'Plan Your Trip' tab to search the database for places to camp, shop, eat or learn about our maritime history. Use the 'Itinerary' button to add your favorite spots, then create driving directions between each point of interest!
Click on the 'Memories Along the Blueway'grapic to post a description about your day on the water, then add a picture for the rest of us to enjoy!
The St. Clair County Metropolitan Planning Commission has been selected for an award from the Michigan Recreation Park Association (MRPA). On March 1, 2013 the Blueways of St. Clair recieved the award in the category of Marketing - Website!
In addition to the events below, go to the Kayak Store Events page for more local paddling events...
Learn about Fish Habitat Restoration - Middle Channel
Check the water level (USGS) in the St. Clair River HERE.
St. Clair County's Parcels, Aerial Imagery Website HERE.
Get the complete DNR FISHING REPORT for all major water bodies in Michigan!
Check out lots of Things To Do in the Bluewater Area!
Take a virtual tour of Goodells County Park here.
Check out this article in the Great Lakes Echo:
An automated system that reports the height of waves over the Internet could help save the lives of Great Lakes kayakers and other water enthusiasts