Here are the water trails in the Southeastern Lower Peninsula:
Visit and enjoy the land and water trails along the St. Clair River corridor, from Anchor Bay to the northern border of St. Clair County along Lake Huron.
81.5 miles of river in your backyard.
The Detroit Heritage River Water Trail is the first water trail planned for Southeast Michigan and the only one developed along a river designated by both Canada and the United States as a Heritage River.
The Huron River Water Trail is a 104-mile inland paddling trail connecting people to the river's natural environment, its history and the communities it touches in Michigan's Lower Peninsula.
The Lake St. Clair Coastal Trail is a great resource for paddlers interested in historic exploration.
Beautiful paddling routes in and around Lake Erie.
The Rouge River Water Trail runs southwest to south of Dearborn.
Offers a diverse range of paddling experiences for canoeists and kayakers of all abilities in a warm-water river ecosystem, with fairly slow-moving current. Very suitable for families in a canoe or groups of novice kayak paddlers.