14th Annual

Overview of this year's Yard Sale Trail:

Other Maps:

Communities participating:.

New Baltimore

Welcome! We are the home of the Bay Rama Fish Fly Festival from June 22 to June 26, 2016. Begin or end "The Trail" here on the northern coastline of Lake St. Clair. Our beautiful town sits on the waterfront offering a public park, beach and downtown shopping district. A Farmers Market takes place on Sundays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., located next to the Recreation Center, 50976 Washington St.

Clay Township - Algonac

Unique shops and dining, 1700 LF boardwalk, and lots of yard sales! Algonac State Park with camping, boat launch, archery and trap ranges. Clay Algonac Historical Museum at 1240 St. Clair River Drive with early 1800’s log cabin and artifacts.

Marine City

TAKE ME TO THE RIVER! EXPERIENCE a live performance at our two theatres, EXPLORE the galleries and 22 foot Titanic model at our museum, RIDE the ferry boat (by foot, bike, or car) to Canada and back, DINE at our great restaurants, WIGGLE your toes in the sand at our beach, SHOP for antiques, art, gifts, clothing and specialty candles. Make sure you visit Back Porch Antiques, 550 Broadway (M-29), open 7 days, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., 810-765-7122. MARINE CITY - where "Norman Rockwell meets Kid Rock!" (Metro Times). Info 810-765-4501.


Quaint and serene village-like atmosphere located on the banks of the St. Clair River. Take a stroll along the longest fresh water boardwalk in the world, or find "Treasures on the Trail" at St. Clair's Riverview Plaza. The Plaza offers many restaurants, unique boutiques, antiques, consignment shop, brewery, and so much more. For additional information regarding this event,email requests to riverviewplazaevents@gmail.com or vist www.facebook.com/groups/riverviewplazaevents.


Quaint shopping, dining, lodging, festivals, music in the park and winery. Come walk our beautiful harbor. Visit our website for more information www.lexingtonmichigan.org.

Port Sanilac

Welcome to Port Sanilac! Visit our harbor front, shops and restaurants, Famers Market Fridays 2 to 7 p.m., Antique Fair and Thumb Yard Sale at our Museum. Visit Gray Cottage Antiques at 7170 Main St. and Gull Cottage Antiques at 2096 Lakeshore Rd. www.PortSanilac.net


Visit our HUGE YARD & ANTIQUE SALE on the front Iawn of FARMHOUSE ANTIQUES at 7914 Lake St., off Cass River Rd. and M-25, behind St. John’s Church Look for the big tent! Loads of goodies!

Harbor Beach

Welcome to Harbor Beach! Stop at the Visitor's Center, the birthplace of Governor Frank Murphy, 146 S. Huron Ave., for a copy of our 2016 Visitor's Guide and Event Calendar. Tours of the Murphy Museum, Grice Museum and the Harbor Beach Lighthouse are available. Enjoy our North Park Campground, Harbor Beach Marina, Bike Path and the Judge James H. Lincoln Memorial Park at the foot of the Trescott Street Pier. Buy local and eat fresh at our Farmer's Market on Fridays from 2 to 7 p.m. on the Murphy Museum lawn. Don't miss the Maritime Festival this year from July 7 - 10. We look forward to your visit. For more information call 989-479-6477 or visit our website www.harborbeachchamber.com or email visitor@harborbeachchamber.com.

Port Hope

Port Hope “The Little Town with the Big Welcome” - charming community, unique shops, ABC Days (antiques, bean soup & crafts) on August 20. For more information call 989-428-3463 or our website at www.PortHope.Mich.com.

Port Austin

Plenty of restaurants, shops and yard sales in and around Port Austin. Stop by the Welcome Center downtown for a detailed map or call 989-738-7600 for more information. And don’t miss the Port Austin Farmer’s Market on Saturday mornings featuring over 150 vendors, including antiques, collectibles, arts & crafts. Email portaustinchamber@yahoo.com.

Motorists and bargain hunters enjoy one of the hundreds of offerings along the Yard Sale Trail.


For additional information, contact:
Mary Pat Teichow
teichowstreasures@gmail.com or 810-324-2895



Along Beautiful Lake Huron

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

August 12 - 14, 2016

  • 150+ miles of antiques, yard sales, and much more to explore!

  • From New Baltimore and Algonac in the south to Port Austin in the north, M-25 / M-29 follows the majestic banks of the St. Clair River, then continues along the shoreline of beautiful Lake Huron and Saginaw Bay.

  • Many communities along the route offer unique shops, "antiquing", museums full of local history, and small diners for convenience and comfort.

Mark your calendar for next year!

August 11 - 13, 2017


Sponsored by... ...
Mary Teichow

Teichow's Treasures



Blue Water Area Convention & Visitors Bureau

500 Thomas Edison Parkway

Port Huron, MI 48060



website: www.bluewater.org