Harbor Beach Marina is another great fishing site that Michigan has to offer. The site has been recently dredged and capable of handling any size recreational boat. Area includes 114 slips and six boat launches. This site offers complete fuel and pump-out facilities. There are free loaner bicycles and a shuttle van, so getting to […]
Luna Pier is well known for the spectacular views from the pier reaching out into Lake Erie. Luna Pier offers a full service marina, a hotel, restaurants, beautiful beach area and pier and shore fishing opportunities.
The Singing Bridge Public Access provides fishing access to the bay, which also has a beach. There is a handicap sidewalk with rails to observe the East Branch of The AuGres River. There is ample paved parking.
The breakwater is 1,650 feet long, with a raised cement walkway in the middle that is 23 feet wide and fully accessible. Lower sections are 8 1/2 feet wide on the channel side and 6 feet wide on the lake side. They are barrier-free; however, there is no accessible route, such as a ramp, to […]
Port Sanilac is a popular fishing destination. Perch are widely available, as well as salmon and walleye. The DNR boat launch offers a convenient place to take off from. It also features a public fish cleaning station, complete with stainless steel cleaning stations and a “guts grinder.” Parking is available on-site.
The 140-slip marina (60 seasonal and 80 transient slips) is located on Tawas Bay. Amenities include a boat launch, new toilet/shower building, dock office, playground/park, water, electricity, garbage pick-up, and recycling. There’s also a swimming beach just south of the dock.
This small park offers a fishing dock on Lake Macatawa (formerly known as Black Lake).
This structure is approximately 2,150 feet long, including a seawall, and features two lighthouses about 650 feet apart with an elevated, cement walkway in the middle to serve them. This center portion is fully accessible and ranges from 21 to 30 feet wide. Although able-bodied anglers can fish to either side of the elevated section, […]
The Lexington State Dock and Pier is located at the end of Huron Avenue, but extends to Boynton Street where the launch is. The pier is barrier free, but it is fishable as is some of the shoreline. Anglers can also fish on the docks. There are three skid pier boat launches on the south […]
The structure is about 2,300 feet long and features a moderate amount of riprap throughout. The first 240 feet is 10 feet wide and the second is 12 feet wide and 250 feet long. Then, a 500-foot-long, 24-foot-wide steel portion leads to steps and the final 1,300 feet. This section is not fully accessible because […]< prev — next >