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Comins - Clinton Township, Michigan


Comins - Clinton Township Oscoda County, 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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