Read all editions of the Lake St. Clair Guide magazine since 2001! Also read the latest “Restaurant Handbook” of over 30 waterfront area bars and eateries for Lake St. Clair.
Browns Bar on Harsens Island, since 1946, is a popular boaters’ destination for good food and lots of fun. A seasonal spring/summer/fall restaurant, we are located on the Middle Channel, just a short boat ride off of Lake St. Clair. Our specialties include burgers, wraps, generous salads, and fish & chips. Or come over via the Harsen’s Island car ferry located on M29 near Algonac.
Drone Shots aerial photography and videos are available from Detroit to Port Huron for your home and business. We can take pictures of events, your boats, and other activities.
Long time local area chef of Dana’s Kitchen is at Jane’s San Souci Market serving boat and car carry out, and catering for large Island events / weddings! Chicken, pizza, ribs, and much more! Stop at our Harsen’s Island dock on the South Channel!
Maps from Google to help guide you to Fuel Docks, Marine Supplies, Carry Out Food on the water around Lake St. Clair, the Channels, and St. Clair River. Check out the many fuel locations on the U.S. & Canada side of Lake St. Clair.
Maps from Google to help guide you to marinas & storage on the water around Lake St. Clair, the Channels, and St. Clair River. Check out 20 locations with transient dockage too!
Interactive maps from Google to help guide you to waterfront restaurants around Lake St. Clair, the Channels, and St. Clair River. Check out 30+ eateries and bars with outside dining and dockage!
The Lake St. Clair Guide magazine provides a comprehensive Boating Services Directory and maps around Lake St. Clair in Macomb & St. Clair County. Use our website to find direct links to phone & websites when you need service quick!
Map of GPS Boat Fuel / Gas Docks / Beer Party Stores on Lake St. Clair, St. Clair River, & Detroit River
Lake St. Clair Guide magazine offers GPS map to boat & marine fuel options, food, beer & wine carry out on the water, pumpouts, and marine supplies around Lake St. Clair, the North Channel, South Channel, Detroit River, and St. Clair River …. United States and the Canada Shorelines.
Need a Map to Lake St. Clair DNR and Public Boat Launch Ramps? How do I get a Michigan Fishing License? What are the Lake St. Clair Fishing Regulations? The Lake St. Clair Guide magazine and website provides several maps and publications to help you make the most of your time on Lake St. Clair.
Lake St. Clair Guide has a map of Lake St. Clair Restaurants with quite the variety of fun and food with dockage around the water. Live entertainment, tiki bars, great views, bikinis & sandals…. It’s always fun to wine and dine at restaurants with the local boaters!
Where to swim on Lake St. Clair? Lake St. Clair offers clear blue water, with lots of shallow areas with no weeds and hard bottoms to hang out with other boaters. Many areas shown on the map of where to swim on Lake St. Clair offer protected waters for water skiing, tubing, and kayaking.
The Free Guide to Lake St. Clair offers several maps of Lake St. Clair Transient Marinas, St. Clair River & Detroit River Marinas, and Canadian. The free online Lake St. Clair Guide magazine includes listings, addresses, and full details of many marinas to help you enjoy your visit.
Middle Channel Marina – Harsen’s Island (formerly Minnich’s Boats) has new owners and we’ve completely redone the place! We offer a full line of boat & watercraft rentals, along with fuel dock, beer, food, live bait, marine supplies, and convenience store items.
Sunset Harbor is conveniently located on Harsen’s Island. Full service marina with summer & transient wells, winter inside heated and cold storage, outside storage, fuel gas dock with pump out, heated swimming pool, pavilion & beach, WI-FI, with a scenic safe harbor on the North Channel near Lake St. Clair / St. Clair River.
The Waterfront Shoppe on Harsens Island features nautical gifts, home décor and home accessories, resort clothing for women, children and men, name drop T-shirts, sweatshirts, and gifts, and for the children and the young of heart, the “penny candy” is always a fun adventure!