"I HAVEN'T BEEN EVERYWHERE, BUT IT'S ON MY LIST."
Welcome to Michigan's Sunrise Side!
Sanilac County, located in the Thumb of Michigan on the shore of Lake Huron, is less than a two-hour drive from several of Michigan's main metropolitan areas: Detroit, Saginaw, Bay City, Midland, Flint and Lansing; and less than an hour drive from Ontario by way of the Blue Water Bridge in Port Huron.
Take advantage of over 40 miles of breathtaking Lake Huron storyline, offering ample opportunity for a variety of water sports, from swimming and skiing to boating and fishing.
Explore the Sanilac County Underwater Preserve, comprised of 163 square miles of protected lake bottom. It contains numerous shipwrecks dating back as far as 1864, making it an adventure for divers.
Stroll through shoreline resort villages such as Forestville, Lexington, and Port Sanilac. Each offers unique shopping, dining, cultural and entertainment experiences.
Visit the inland towns of Brown City, Carsonville, Croswell, Deckerville, Marlette, Peck, and Sandusky. You'll find the tradition, friendliness and safety of small-town rural America combined with such amenities as one oft he last remaining classic drive-in theaters in the state of Michigan, a state of the art indoor movie theater, lodging, fine and casual dining, shopping, festivals, and fairs.
Delight in Amish hospitality, culinary skills and woodworking craftsmanship at roadside stands dotted throughout the countryside while observing a lifestyle of tradition and simplicity.
Learn about Native American history at the Sanilac Petroglyphs Historic State Park, the only remaining ancient rock-carved petroglyphs site in Michigan.
And, above all, revel in the greatest splendor that Sanilac County has to offer: peaceful tranquility in a pristine natural environment!
We can't wait to show you where we live!
- The Sanilac Tourism Association
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Sanilac Tourism Association
P.O. Box 307, Sandusky, MI 48471