*MAP & Directory of Lake St. Clair Vacation House Rentals
Looking for a map of Lake St. Clair area vacation rental houses for a fishing / boating trip? Homes are available in Macomb and St. Clair County for rent on the water with boat dockage.
GREAT FISHING AT LAKE ST. CLAIR!
Bassmaster has again ranked us in the top 10 of all Bass lakes in the U.S. ... and look at all those islands to duck hunt in the fall! 1000's of fishermen (and duck hunters) come here each year.
We are also hosts to several national televised Bassmaster & FLW events, and our rentals are used by these Elite fishermen.
CONVENIENT HAVING A HOUSE WITH YOUR OWN BOAT WELL!
Keep your boat at one of our listed houses with dockage... or travel to many DNR launches via trailer to fish a variety of areas (see map above).
Our cottages are located toward the northern end, "Anchor Bay, Bouvier Bay, and the St. Clair Flats' North, South, & Middle Channels" which offer protected areas to fish if the winds kick up.
Lots of waterfront restaurants in the area...by boat or car!
Lake St. Clair is a fresh water lake that is surrounded by Michigan and Ontario, Canada and is located about 6 miles north of Detroit.
We have 430 square miles of water area! It is 26 miles from the north to the south, and about 24 miles from east to west. We are connected to Lake Huron via the St. Clair River which is 39 miles long and flows into the largest freshwater delta in the U.S., the "St. Clair Flats", and then flows to Lake Erie via the Detroit River.
For duck hunters... the northern area also hosts some great duck hunting on and around the Harsen's Island area. A few minutes via car ferry, you can also hunt at our local Canadian Indian reservation on Walpole Island.
And the fun doesn't end in the fall... around Christmas, the ice fishermen are out catching pan fish & pike. By the end of January, the races begin with professional snow machines, including motorcycles and 3-4 wheelers running around on maintained drag strips on Bouvier Bay. All this happens around the this northern end of Lake St. Clair & St. Clair River.