Parks & Beaches

Discover 140 miles of gorgeous beaches and parks in the Thumbcoast region of Michigan! Grab a blanket, pack a picnic basket, and choose from over 80 parks and beaches for the perfect spot to unwind, relax, and soak up the sun. Click the button below for small town grocers that have ready-made, healthy picnic basket options.

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Pine Grove Park

Port Huron, MI 48060 US

Phone: (810) 984-9760
Region: Port Huron
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Large park with expansive views of passing ships in the St. Clair River, playground & baseball in Port Huron.
Pine River Nature Center, Trail & Treehouse

2585 Castor Rd.
Goodells, MI 48027 US

Phone: (810) 364-5477
Region: Port Huron
Website

3 mile trail, treehouse and hands-on science education nature center in Goodells, 13 miles west of Port Huron.
Palmer Park & Boardwalk St. Clair

N. Riverside Ave
St. Clair, MI 48079 US

Phone: (810) 329-7121
Region: St. Clair
Website

St. Clair is the home of the world's longest fresh water boardwalk and Palmer Park is where you'll find it.
Port Sanilac Beach

Oldfield Lane
Port Sanilac, MI 48469 US

Region: Port Sanilac
Website

Beach on Lake Huron at the north side of the DNR boat launch area.
Port Crescent State Park Day Use Area

2616 Port Austin Rd.
Port Austin, MI 48467 US

Phone: (989) 738-8663
Region: Port Austin
Website

Day-use beach area on Lake Huron with a dark sky preserve & birds of prey observation deck.
Patrick Sinclair Park

29 Clinton Ave.
St. Clair, MI 48079 US

Region: St. Clair
Website

Small park with a view of the Pine River and the St. Clair Drawbridge.
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St. Clair is the home of the world's longest fresh water boardwalk and Palmer Park is where you'll find it.

Small park with a view of the Pine River and the St. Clair Drawbridge.

Large park with expansive views of passing ships in the St. Clair River, playground & baseball in Port Huron.

3 mile trail, treehouse and hands-on science education nature center in Goodells, 13 miles west of Port Huron.

Day-use beach area on Lake Huron with a dark sky preserve & birds of prey observation deck.

Beach on Lake Huron at the north side of the DNR boat launch area.
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