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Saint Clair County, Michigan




 

Saint Clair County, Michigan

Saint Clair County, Michigan

Saint Clair County, Michigan

St. Clair County is known as the Blue Water Area.

The St. Clair River is one of the heaviest traveled rivers in the world. It is part of the world's longest shipping canal, the 2,347 mile St. Lawrence Seaway. Watching the freighters passing up and down the river is a wonderful, peaceful pastime.

Another interesting attraction is the Second Blue Water Bridge which was opened in 1997. This international border crossing is a major trade and transportation link between the United States and Canada.

St. Clair County also boasts the Fort Gratiot Lighthouse. The oldest in Michigan, it was built in 1829 by Lucius Lyon who became one of Michigan's first two U.S. Senators. Today, the Coast Guard occupies the two-story brick lightkeeper's house.

 

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