The Big St. Clair
|Lake Huron drains into the St. Clair River|
The St. Clair River is located between Michigan and Ontario, Canada.
The river is 39 miles long and drops 5 feet in elevation from Lake Huron to Lake St. Clair. The flow rate averages around 182,000 cubic feet per second, and the drainage area is 222,400 square miles. This takes into account the combined drainage areas of Lakes Huron, Michigan, and Superior.
|The Blue Water Bridge between Port Huron and Sarnia.|
The river, which some consider a "strait", flows in a southerly direction, connecting the southern end of Lake Huron to the northern end of Lake St. Clair. It branches into several channels near its mouth at Lake St. Clair, creating a broad delta region known as the St. Clair Flats.
Several communities along the St. Clair rely on the river as their primary source of drinking water. About one-third to one-half of the residents of Michigan receive their water from the St. Clair/Detroit River waterway.
Check the water level (USGS) of the St. Clair River HERE.
A municipal beach on the St. Clair River
Municipal boat ramp
Boat Launch north of water treatment plant, including a new ADA Kayak launch.
a municipal boat launch on the St. Clair River
Anchor Bay Marina
Marine Sales and Supplies including Kayaks!
A State Park along the St. Clair River
To advance the knowledge and appreciation of the many facets of the world of art
Learn about Marine City's rich maritime history!
Algonac Police Department
Burtchville Township Fire Department
Clay Township Fire Department
Marine City Police Dept
Marysville Police Department
American traditional food
Specializing in American and Mexican Cuisine
Great Dining, Great View!
A Restaurant, Bar and Marina
A restaurant and bar
Casual smokehouse cuisine and affordable prices!
Home of the famous 1/2 lb GAR BURGER
Espresso, Bakery, Cafe
Irish food and beer, in a great atmosphere!
Come in and enjoy the pub atmosphere or the dining room which both offer a diverse menu.
Food and drinks on the beautiful South Channel
Waterfront Tavern, Restaurant
A great place to taste wine, beer and great food!
Garwood, Chris Craft Resources
Enjoy beautiful stained glass windows and a 1861 Tracker Organ!
Historic Boat Company
International Border Crossing
Two bridges connecting U.S.A. and Canada at Port Huron, Michigan, and Sarnia, Ontario
An auto Ferry between Marine City, Michigan, and Sombra, Ontario, Canada
International Ferry Crossing
The oldest Lighthouse in Michgan!
Equipment and Supplies
The Bean Dock is a deepwater port, a place to see ships
Bramble Museum,Retired Coast Guard Cutter
A facility for learning about and watching maritime events
A maritime museum on a retired lightship
The Carnegie Center, one of four Port Huron Museum sites is home to thousands of objects and archival items relating to the history, pre-history and culture of the Blue Water Area.
A collection of items relating to Thomas Edison during his years in Port Huron, Museum is under the Blue Water Bridge
5 Star Dive Center
Full Service Fishing Tackle
Local Marine Supplies, Service
Stroll along the St. Clair River for four blocks on a boardwalk!
A 14 acre park on Harsen's Island
A charming small park on the St. Clair River
A beautiful pocket Park on the St. Clair River
A city park right on the St. Clair River! Enjoy watching freighters pass by.
The world's longest freshwater boardwalk
A small park along the St. Clair River in East China Township
A public skate/bike park
A "boardwalk" extending from the Blue Water Bridge to the mouth of the Black River
Scenic View Area
Climb the tower to see Port Huron, the St. Clair River, the Black River and Canada!
Come and shop for a variety of antiques!
Skincare, soaps, candles and gift baskets
A full service jewelry store.
A quilting/Sewing store
A beautiful Bed and Breakfast along the St. Clair River.
A landmark hotel on the St. Clair River, and the base of Lake Huron.
Scuba and Kayak Center
Take a narrated tour along the international boundary!
A ferry service from Clay Township to Harsen's Island
An auto Ferry to Russell Island, Clay Township
A DNR boat launch at the end of Anchor Bay Drive
A boat ramp at the end of Anchor Bay Drive
Where the Black and St. Clair Rivers meet
Water access to Harsen's Island and the Middle Channel
A place to fish and paddle Harsen's Island or the South Channel
Snooks Highway water access to the Middle Channel and Muscamoot Bay
DNR water and fishing access.
DNR boat launch with ample parking and ramps
DNR boat launch with plenty of parking and ramps
A public beach along the St. Clair River
ADA Kayak Launch, Tennis Courts, Softball Diamond
ADA Kayak Launch
Right of Way Access to the St. Clair River in Marine City