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St. Clair Boat Harbor

A municipal marina on the Pine River, including a new ADA Kayak launch.
Fish cleaning station
Fish cleaning station

902 S. 2nd Street

Marina picnic shelter
Marina picnic shelter

St. Clair, MI 48079

ADA Kayak/Canoe launch
ADA Kayak/Canoe launch

Kayak and canoe launch is free.  At the Charles Moore Municipal Marina, you have access to an ADA accessible kayak ramp.  

ADA Kayak/Canoe launch
ADA Kayak/Canoe launch

The St. Clair Boat Harbor is located on the Pine River, a tributary to the beautiful St . Clair River. The Harbor has new floating and fixed docks in the main harbor and broad side docking on the city side of Pine River. Season April 1 to October 15 

Slips: 100, 50 seasonal/50 transient Services: Launch Ramp Electric - 30/50 amps Water Cable (most slips), Gas Diesel Pump, Showers and Restrooms

Get your sea legs on dry land...enjoy pavilions with grills and tables, fish cleaning station, playground area and dog run.

Rentals: Canoes/kayaks $10 per hour, $35/ 4 hours, $60/ 8 hours.  Shuttle service to downtown shopping, laundry, restaurants, golf courses, tennis, pools.
Pine River Bridge: opens on the hour and half hour, 8am-2am. Bridge monitors Channel 09. Visit the website below for special deals, reservations and further information.
Free wireless Internet.
GPS Coordinates:
42.81991557, -82.48905067
Phone: 810-329-4125
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Michigan Department of Environmental Quality Financial assistance for this project was provided, in part, by the Michigan Coastal Management Program, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ), through a grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), U.S. Department of Commerce. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration