Lake St. Clair Vacation Rentals!  Houses around Fair Haven, Algonac, Clay Township, Marine City, and city of St. Clair!

March 18, 2020:  Lake St. Clair Rentals are open for reservations this spring / summer. 

CLEAN single family homes & cottages with private yards & plenty of space to relax around Lake St. Clair.

Grocery, restaurant take out, carry out, boating services are open

Most St. Clair Michigan Area Houses, Cottage, & Cabin Rentals come with Boat Dock & Surround the most popular DNR Launch Sites. 

 

Large Properties are also available for Weddings & Families!

Lake St. Clair Houses for Rent and Vacation Rental Homes

Vacation – Fish – Boat – Shop – Eat – Play – Duck Hunt!

2020 January Map of Lake St Clair Rentals

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Link to “3 Month” Out Calendar for All Homes

***CAN’T FIND THE DATES YOU WANTED?  If you would like to be put on a waiting list, please email lakestclairguide@yahoo.com and we will contact you if there is a cancellation.***

Vacation Rental (Alphabetical)

Sleeps

Price may Vary by Season & Number of Guests

6

$125 – $235 / Night – $900/$1200 per Week

8

$250-350 / Night – Weekly Summer Discount

4+

$125/Night – $800 / Week (4 Night Minimum Reservation)

Island House” on the St. Clair Flats – By Boat Only!  Free Kayaks

12

$500/Night – Call Kim, Lake St. Clair Guide for info 586-202-3100

9

$175-$350 / Night – Weekly Discount Summer

6

$175 / Night – Weekly Discount Summer

Lake St. Clair Houses for Rent and Vacation Rental Homes

Starting at only $100 per night, why stay at a hotel when you can stay at one of several “great location” vacation homes?  Local sponsors of Michigan’s Lake St. Clair Guide Magazine offer lodging for 1 guest to 12+ guests.

 

Our Lake St. Clair vacation rentals provide on-site boat dockage & close access to one of many boat launch ramps in the best fishing, ice activities, duck hunting, and the Lake St. Clair Water Trail for kayakers to explore the most scenic areas of Lake St. Clair… or have your wedding / family reunion here!

From a Kayak to a Cruiser, fish for smallmouth bass, muskie, walleye, perch, pike, salmon, sturgeon, and more.  Boat around tiny islands and secluded channels and observe the many species of waterfowl and our peaceful surroundings.

 

Swim and enjoy all your favorite water sports in Lake St. Clair’s blue clear waters!

 

No Hidden Guest Booking Fees when reserving here direct with owners!

Nice 2 minute aerial fly over of the North Channel and views of Lake St. Clair …. North Channel is VERY CLOSE to our vacation rentals

Muskie Video

See Austin from Ohio pull in and measure this 43.5″ Muskie near Grassy Island – Northern Anchor Bay on Lake St. Clair

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What’s it like to boat here? Take a 7 minute ride in our 16 footer from the north end around part of the Flats, the largest freshwater delta in the world… passing several Walleye Fisherman on the North Channel.

Bringing the Family? Ideas for some “Other Things to Do … besides fishing

Lake St. Clair is a fresh water lake that is surrounded by Michigan and Ontario, Canada.  The lake is located about 6 miles north of Detroit.  We have 430 square miles of water area.  It is 26 miles from the north to the south, and about 24 miles from east to west.  We are connected to Lake Huron via the St. Clair River, and then flows to Lake Erie via the Detroit River.  The St. Clair River is 39 miles long and flows into the largest freshwater delta in the U.S., which is called the “The Flats.”

The lake and rivers, along with the delta of the North, South, and Middle Channels are some of the greatest bass, muskie, sturgeon, and walleye fishing in the world!  Call early for reservations…rooms fill up fast!

Want to add your listing to this site?  Have General Questions? 

Contact Kim Darrah, Publisher – Magazine & Website

Phone 586-202-3100 or email:  lakestclairguide@yahoo.com

Most of our guests’ fish Lake St. Clair’s Anchor Bay, Bouvier Bay, Muscamoot Bays, the North Channel and the St. Clair River …. If you’d prefer to trailer, DNR access points are a short ride away to reach over a dozen launch sites to find the species you’re most interested to catch.

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