- Parks and Recreation
- Blue Water Sand Fest
- Blue Water River Walk
- Columbus County Park
- Fort Gratiot County Park
- Fort Gratiot Light Station
- Goodells County Park
- Woodsong County Park
- Memorial Bench, Brick and Tree Program
- Master Recreation Plan
- St. Clair County Earth Fair
- Labor Day Bridge and Trail Walk
- Canoe and Kayak Launches
- About Us
- Directions to all the Parks
- Winter Activities
St. Clair County Parks & Recreation Commission
Review the 2017-2021 St. Clair County Master Recreation Plan
The St. Clair County Parks and Recreation Commission is funded by a special 0.49 mill property tax for the purpose of improving parks and recreation services in St. Clair County.
The St. Clair County Parks and Recreation Commission currently operates the 365-acre Goodells County Park, 411-acre Columbus County Park, 30-acre Fort Gratiot County Park, 45-acre Woodsong County Park, 5-acre Fort Gratiot Light Station, 4-acre Wetland County Park, the Marine City Dredge Cut and the 12-mile long Wadhams to Avoca Trail. The Commission also assists local units of government with the development and promotion of the Bridge to Bay Trail.
The Parks and Recreation Commission also provides specialized mobile recreation units for use at community events including two portable stages, two portable bleacher units, and crowd control barriers.
St. Clair County Parks offers a wide range of recreational opportunities including, but not limited to:
- rollerblading/inline skating
- horseback riding
- bird watching
- historic tours/ interpretation
- special events
- playground activities
- facility rentals
St. Clair County Parks works in partnership with several local groups that provide programming within the St. Clair County Parks system. Those partners include the Port Huron Museum, St. Clair County Farm Museum, Wales Historical Society, Can-Am BMX, Prop Busters RC planes, Redline Racing RC cars and Earth Keepers.
Finally, the Parks and Recreation Commission distributes 25% of the property tax it collects, back to local units of government based on their populations, for the development of local parks and recreation facilities and programs.
Parks & Recreation links:
St. Clair County Parks and Recreation
200 Grand River Avenue, Suite 107
Port Huron, MI 48060
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