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Black River

Tributary to the St. Clair River
The Black River
The Black River

The Black River winds through the City of Port Huron, as well as Port Huron, Fort Gratiot, Clyde, and Grant Townships.  Its headwaters are in Sanilac County at the Minden Bog.


The Black River watershed drains over 241,000 acres of land. 

Check the water level in the Black River HERE.

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