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SOUTHWESTERN GREAT LAKES REGION NAUTICAL MAP

Southwestern Great Lakes Region Nautical Map...

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Detroit River

Detroit River...

The Detroit River is technically a Strait connecting Lake St. Clair and Lake Erie. At its narrowest near Windsor the river is walled in by two cities and full of boating traffic. At its widest near Amherstburg, the river is dotted with both natural and artificial Islands. NAUTICAL MAP: Click Here



St. Clair River

St. Clair River...

The St. Clair River is a resource for shipping, water supply, fish and wildlife habitat, commercial and sport fishing, hunting and trapping, swimming, recreational boating, and nature studies. Fish, mammals, and waterfowl taken from the river and adjacent areas are a main food source for some people who live along the river.  NAUTICAL MAP: CLICK HERE



Lake St. Clair

Lake St. Clair...

Lake St. Clair sits astride the border between southeastern Michigan and southern Ontario. Located on a major waterfowl migration route, Lake St. Clair is an important resting and feeding station for birds each spring and autumn. Lake St. Clair is sometimes called the forgotten Great Lake. It is found between Lake Huron and Lake Erie, both of which are part of the Great Lakes. NAUTICAL MAP: Click Here



Lake Erie

Lake Erie...

Of all the Great Lakes, Lake Erie is the smallest. It is also the most shallow and warmest of the great ones. A large portion of Erie is located on the 42nd parallel, approximately the same latitude as northern California. Simply take advantage of Leamington’s Municipal Marina for the night to enjoy great shopping and dining. You can also explore the extensive sandy beaches that line its east shoreline, providing excellent swimming and a place to enjoy time with the family. NAUTICAL MAP: Click Here