The Underwater Camera is back at the Great Lakes Maritime Center!

The under water display is back!

Great news! The underwater camera that displays on the screen in the Maritime Center at Vantage Point is back in business and clearer than ever! Our good friend, Greg Lashbrook, has spent a great deal of time working on setting up this camera to give the best view of life below the surface of the St Clair River. There has been much activity since the display went back online.

The display is clearer than ever before!

This display is wonderful entertainment for young and old alike. So, take a moment to stop by the Great Lakes Maritime Center to discover what goes on under the blue!

Tour of the Stone House in Lexington, MI.

Stone House, Lexington, MI

The Stone House, built in 1930 in Lexington, is an amazing piece of Michigan’s¬†architectural history and heritage. Created using stones and sand from the shores of Lake Huron, it showcases the ingenuity,¬†resourcefulness, and hard work that earlier residents displayed to help make this area what it is today.

Currently a weekly rental for tourists, this picturesque home is just two blocks from the very shores it was built from. Stone house is open to the general public just one day a year, the Saturday before mother’s Day, for tours and photo opportunities.

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