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Now is the perfect time to get involved with protecting our freshwater resources with volunteer events, free training and education classes and family-friendly activities throughout the year!

Southeast Michigan is your next boating adventure destination with literally thousands of inland lakes and waterways as well as Lake St. Clair. 


For an interactive list of public boating sites throughout the watershed visit:



Oakland County has more than 1,400 public and private lakes and numerous streams and waterways. One of the best ways to experience time near the water is by boating, fishing and visiting the wide variety of county parks.


Macomb County includes the Huron-Clinton Metroparks, a regional park system that consists of 13 parks with multiple lakes and covers more than 25,000 acres of Southeast Michigan including the North Marina and boat launch with access to Lake St. Clair.


Due to the lake's size and numerous islands, channels and bays, Lake St. Clair is a popular destination for fishing, swimming and boating and conveniently close to many waterside amenities including restaurants, marinas and parks.




Adams Lake & Buhl Lake, Leonard

Big Lake, Springfield Township

Cass Lake, Waterford

Chamberlain Lake, Lake Orion

Cedar Island Lake, White Lake Township

Crescent Lake, Waterford

Lake Orion, Lake Orion

Lakeville Lake, Addison Township

Loon Lake, Waterford

Lotus Lake, Waterford

Lower Pettibone Lake, Highland Township

Maceday Lake, Waterford

Middle Straits Lake, West Bloomfield

Orchard Lake, Orchard Lake

Pontiac Lake, White Lake Township

Proud Lake, Commerce Charter Township

Squaw Lake, Oxford

Sylvan Lake, Pontiac

Union Lake, Commerce Charter Township

White Lake, Highland Charter Township

Wolverine Lake, Commerce Charter Township


Stony Creek Lake, Shelby Township

Lake St. Clair Metropark, Harrison Township

Selfridge Public Boat Launch, Harrison Township

DNR Boat Launch, Harrison Township

Harley Ensign Memorial Boating Access, Harrison Township

9 Mile Boat Ramp, St. Clair Shores




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