of this year's Yard Sale Trail:
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.
A mecca for antique and history buffs! Visit our antique shops and malls, restaurants, shopping, beach, waterfront parks, historic architecture tours, Outdoor Maritime Museum, Community Pride & Heritage Museum, 2013 Antique Show is July 20 & 21. Don’t forget to visit Back Porch Antiques, 20 dealers, open 7 days 11-6, 550 Broadway (M-29), 810-765-7122, see us on facebook. Marine City info: www.visitmarinecity.com or 810-765-4501, firstname.lastname@example.org
Quaint and serene village-like atmosphere on the banks of the St. Clair River. Take a stroll on the longest fresh water boardwalk in the world or visit one of the unique shops or many restaurants within walking distance of the downtown area. Returning this year “Will on the Water" Shakespeare Festival at Palmer Park. Enjoy period thespians and musicians all weekend long. For more information call the St. Clair Chamber of Commerce at 810-329-2962 or email email@example.com
For more information call Rock & Gayle Stevens at the ATRIUM CAFE 810-989-6002. Dine back in time, at the Atrium Cafe, 1519 Military Street, Port Huron - open for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Stop by while on the AYST!
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 welcomes you to our Harbor, Shops and great Restaurants! Bring your lawn chair and enjoy Music in the Harbor every Saturday at 7pm. Buy local at our Farmer's Market on Fridays 3-7 pm and Saturdays 12-4 pm at the Fire Hall Park. And be sure to come and visit us the next weekend for Hunting, Fishing and Maritime Days at the Museum August 17-18!
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!
Welcome to Harbor Beach! Stop at the Visitor's Center, Governor Hank Murphy's birthplace, 146 S. Huron Ave, for a copy of our 2013 Vistor's Guide and Event Calendar brochure. Tours of the Murphy Museum, Grice Museum and the Harbor Beach Lighthouse are available. Enjoy our North Park Campground. Harbor Beach Marina and the newly renovated Judge James H. Memorial Park at the foot of the Trescott Street Pier. There's plenty to do in Harbor Beach and we look forward to your visit! For more informauon call 989-479-6477 visit our website www.harborbeachchamber.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Port Hope “The Little Town with the Big Welcome” - charming community, unique shops, ABC Days (antiques, bean soup & crafts) on August 17. For more information call 989-428-3463 or our website at www.porthopemich.com
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.
Sebewaing offers: a Marina, Fishing, Camping, Hunting, Shopping, Dining, Airport, Parks, Museums & more! Antiquing? Check out Antiques & More on Center Street downtown! Sebewaing is home of the Michigan Sugar Festival held the 3rd weekend in June, and many other events throughout the year! For more information call 989-883-2150 or check out our NEW & improved website www.sebewaingchamber.com. Welcome to Sebewaing, we will see you here!
and bargain hunters enjoy one of the hundreds of offerings along the Yard
Mary Pat Teichow
email@example.com or 810-324-2895
Beautiful Lake Huron
9 - 11, 2013
150+ miles of antiques,
yard sales, and much more to explore!
From 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
- 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 8 - 10, 2014
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CONTACT BLUE WATER AREA CONVENTION & VISITORS BUREAU for accomodations on the trail:
520 Thomas Edison Parkway
Port Huron, MI 48060