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Comins - Clinton Township, Michigan
Clinton Township is located in the far northeast corner of Oscoda County. It is bisected by M-33, which runs north/south through Comins, it’s largest community. There are over a dozen small lakes in this township, including a small park on Bass Lake, a couple miles northeast of County Rd. 616. The western third of the township is a unique part of the Oscoda State Forest, situated in relatively isolated high country, with quite a view from "Mt. Tom" at the junction of Tom and Hill Roads, right on the township’s western border. |
Comins was named after one of the founding fathers of Mio, Coolige Comins. This area was first settled during the lumber days of the 1880’s by the H. M. Loud & Sons Lumber Company, who built a narrow gauge railroad in the area, which included a depot at Comins. A post office was eventually opened here in 1900.
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