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  • Alpena Harbor, Michigan

    Alpena Harbor is located at mouth of the Thunder Bay River which empties into Thunder Bay, Lake Huron. The harbor is 100-miles southeast of Cheboygan Harbor, Mich.
  • Arcadia Harbor, Michigan

    Arcadia Harbor is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 193 miles northeasterly from Chicago, IL. and 15 miles northerly from Manistee, MI.
  • AuSable Harbor, Michigan

    Au Sable Harbor, Michigan is located on the west shore of Lake Huron, 8 miles north of Au Sable Point, northeast limit of Saginaw Bay.
  • Bayport Harbor, Michigan

    Bay Port Harbor, Michigan is located on Wild Fowl Bay on the east shore of Saginaw Bay about 10 mile south of Caseville, MI.
  • Belle River, Michigan

    Authorized project depths are 14 feet and 15 feet.
  • Big Bay Harbor, Michigan

    Big Bay Harbor, Michigan is located on the south shore of Lake Superior, 33 miles northwesterly from Marquette, Michigan, and 38 miles easterly from the Portage entry to the Keweenaw Waterway.
  • Black River, Port Huron, Michigan

    The Black River has its source in the northern part of Sanilac County, MI, is about 60 miles long, and flows in a southeasterly direction into the St. Clair River at Port Huron, MI.
  • Black River, Upper Peninsula, Michigan

    Black River Harbor, Michigan is located at the mouth of the Black River on the south shore of Lake Superior 39 miles westerly from Ontonagon, MI, and 47 miles easterly from Ashland, WI.
  • Bolles Harbor, Michigan

    Bolles Harbor, Michigan is located on the west shore of Lake Erie, at the mouth of La Plaisance Creek, 7 miles southwest of Monroe, Michigan.
  • Caseville Harbor, Michigan

    Caseville Harbor, Michigan is located at mouth of the Pigeon River on the south shore of Saginaw Bay about 17 miles southwest of Port Austin, MI.
  • Cedar River Harbor, Michigan

    Cedar River Harbor, Michigan is located on Green Bay off of Lake Michigan, about 25 miles northwest of Menominee, MI.
  • Channels in Straits of Mackinac, Michigan

    Located between Michigan's Upper and Lower Peninsulas.
  • Charlevoix Harbor, Michigan

    Charlevoix Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 276 miles northeasterly from Chicago, IL, and 75 miles northerly from Frankfort, MI.
  • Cheboygan Harbor, Michigan

    Cheboygan Harbor, Michigan is located at the mouth of the Cheboygan River, which empties into western Lake Huron about 16 miles southeast of the Straits of Mackinac Bridge.
  • Chippewa Harbor, Michigan

    Chippewa Harbor is located in Isle Royale, MI in Keweenaw County (National Park) on Lake Superior.
  • Clinton River, Michigan

    Clinton River, Michigan has its sources in Oakland County, Michigan, flows easterly about 60 miles and empties into Anchor Bay in northwestern part of Lake St. Clair.
  • Detroit River, Michigan

    The Detroit River, Michigan is one of the Great Lakes Connecting Channels. It is 31 miles long, flowing south from Lake St. Clair to Lake Erie.
  • Eagle Harbor, Michigan

    On the south shore of Lake Superior on the North Face of Keweenaw Point, 31 miles northeasterly from the Upper Entrance of Keweenaw Waterway.
  • Frankfort Harbor, Michigan

    Frankfort Harbor is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 204 miles northeasterly from Chicago, IL, and 28 miles northerly of Manistee, MI.
  • Grand Haven Harbor, Michigan

    Grand Haven Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 108 miles northeasterly from Chicago, IL, and 23 miles northerly from Holland, MI.
  • Grand Marais Harbor, Michigan

    Grand Marais Harbor, Michigan is located on the south shore of Lake Superior, 93 miles west of Sault Ste. Marie, MI.
  • Grand River, Michigan

    The Grand River is part of the Grand Haven Harbor, MI project.
  • Grand Traverse Bay, Michigan

    Grand Traverse Bay Harbor, Michigan is located on the south shore of Lake Superior, at the mouth of the Traverse River on the eastern shore of Keweenaw Bay, about 20 miles northeasterly from the Portage Entry to the Keweenaw Waterway.
  • Grays Reef Passage, Michigan

    Gray's Reef Passage, Michigan is located between Gray's Reef and Vienna Shoal, in the northeasterly end of Lake Michigan, lying easterly of Beaver, Fox and Manitou Islands.
  • Hammond Bay Harbor, Michigan

    Located on the western shore of Lake Huron, about 30 miles southeast of the Straits of Mackinac.
  • Harbor Beach Harbor, Michigan

    Harbor Beach Harbor, Michigan is located on the west shore of Lake Huron about 60 miles north of Port Huron, Michigan.
  • Harrisville Harbor, Michigan

    Harrisville Harbor, Michigan is located on the west shore of Lake Huron, 20 miles north of Oscoda and 30 miles south of Alpena.
  • Holland Harbor, Michigan

    Holland Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan 95 miles northeasterly from Chicago, IL, and 23 miles southerly from Grand Haven, MI.
  • Inland Route, Michigan

    The Inland Route, Michigan is a series of interconnected lakes and streams stretching across the northern tip of the Lower Peninsula of Michigan, and extends from Conway near Lake Michigan to Cheboygan on Lake Huron; a distance of 35 miles.
  • Kawkawlin River, Michigan

    Kawkawlin River is located on the south shore of the Saginaw Bay on Lake Huron, 16 miles north of Saginaw, MI. Authorization: Section 13 of the 1946 Flood Control Act (FCA) - (Section A); and authority assigned to the Chief of Engineers in section 205 of the 1948 Flood Control Act – (Section B); As amended by Section 837, WRDA 1986.
  • Keweenaw Waterway, Michigan

    The Keweenaw Waterway, Michigan is located on Lake Superior across the Keweenaw Peninsula in the upper peninsula of Michigan. The west entrance is 169 miles east of Duluth, Minnesota.
  • Lac La Belle Harbor, Michigan

    Located in the northeastern tip of thye Keweenaw Peninsula off the shore of Lake Superior. Shallow draft recreation harbor with project depths of 10 and 12 feet.
  • Lake St Clair, Michigan

    The Channels in Lake St. Clair, Michigan, a section of Great Lakes Connecting Channels, is a two-way vessel track with a length of about 15 miles located in the expansive shallow basin of Lake St. Clair.
  • Leland Harbor, Michigan

    Leland Harbor, Michigan is located on the west shore of Lake Michigan, at the mouth of the Carp River, about 40 miles north of Frankfort, Michigan and 40 miles southwest of Charlevoix, Michigan.
  • Les Cheneaux Islands, Michigan

    Shallow draft recreational harbor with a 7 foot project depth.
  • Lexington Harbor, Michigan

    Lexington Harbor, Michigan is located on the west shore of Lake Huron, about 20 miles north of Port Huron, Michigan.
  • Little Bay De Noc, Michigan

    Little Bay De Noc, Gladstone Harbor and Kipling, Michigan is located in Lake Michigan at the northern end of Green Bay, about 100 miles northeast of the City of Green Bay, Wisconsin.
  • Ludington Harbor, Michigan

    Ludington Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 156 miles northeasterly from Chicago, Illinois, and 67 miles northerly from Grand Haven, Michigan.
  • Mackinac Island Harbor, Michigan

    Mackinac Island Harbor is a recreational harbor located on the southeast side of Mackinac Island, which lies just east of the Straits of Mackinac, the connecting waterway between Lakes Michigan and Huron.
  • Mackinaw City Harbor, Michigan

    Shallow draft recreational harbor.
  • Manistee Harbor, Michigan

    Manistee Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 179 miles northeasterly from Chicago, IL, and 26 miles northerly from Ludington, Michigan.
  • Manistique Harbor, Michigan

    Manistique Harbor, Michigan is located on the north shore of Lake Michigan, 135 miles northeasterly from Green Bay Harbor, WI, and 220 miles northerly from Milwaukee, WI.
  • Marquette Harbor, Michigan

    Marquette Harbor, Michigan is located in Marquette Bay on the south shore of Lake Superior, 160 miles west of Sault Ste. Marie, MI, and 265 miles east from Duluth, Minnesota.
  • Menominee Harbor, Michigan and Wisconsin

    Menominee Harbor, Michigan & Wisconsin is located on Lake Michigan at the mouth of the Menominee River on the western shore of Green Bay, 16 miles northwest of the mouth of Sturgeon Bay, and 49 miles northeast of Green Bay Harbor, about 155 miles from Milwaukee via Sturgeon Bay Harbor and the Lake Michigan Ship Canal.
  • Monroe Harbor, Michigan

    Monroe Harbor, Michigan is located on the lower reach of River Raisin, which empties into Lake Erie and is 36 miles south of Detroit, Michigan.
  • Muskegon Harbor, Michigan

    Muskegon Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 114 miles northeasterly from Chicago, Illinois, and 80 miles easterly from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
  • New Buffalo Harbor, Michigan

    New Buffalo Harbor, Michigan is located at the mouth of the Galien River on the southeast shore of Lake Michigan in Berrien Country, about 45 miles easterly from Chicago, Illinois.
  • New Lock at the Soo

    The Soo Locks facility, operated and maintained by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District, is the district’s largest project and is located on the St. Marys River at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan along the Canadian border. Approximately 80 million tons of commercial commodities pass through the Soo Locks every year. The New Lock at the Soo is being built in the footprint of the existing Sabin Lock, the northern most lock of the four on the Soo Locks facility, opened in 1919. The construction program, which includes improvements to the northern approach channel, is occurring in three phases of work. 
  • Ontonagon Harbor, Michigan

    Ontonagon Harbor, Michigan is located about 140 miles east of Duluth, Minnesota, on the south shore of Lake Superior, at mouth of the Ontonagon River.
  • Pentwater Harbor, Michigan

    Pentwater Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 146 miles northeasterly from Chicago, Illinois and 14 miles southerly from Ludington, Michigan.
  • Petoskey Harbor, Michigan

    Petoskey Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan about 50 miles south of the Straits of Mackinac.
  • Pine River, Michigan

    Authorized by the Rivers and Harbors Act of 3 June 1896. Provides for a channel 100 feet wide and 14 feet deep.
  • Point Lookout Harbor, Michigan

    Point Lookout Harbor, Michigan is located at the Au Gres River on the westerly shore of Lake Huron at the entrance to Saginaw Bay, about 17 miles northeast of the mouth of the Saginaw River.
  • Port Austin Harbor, Michigan

    Shallow draft recreation harbor located on Lake Huron at the tip of the thumb of Michigan, about 80 miles northeast of Saginaw, MI.
  • Port Sanilac Harbor, Michigan

    Port Sanilac Harbor, Michigan is located on the west shore of Lake Huron, about 30 miles north of Port Huron, Michigan.
  • Portage Lake Harbor, Michigan

    Portage Lake Harbor, Michigan is located on the west shore of Lake Michigan, about 186 miles northeasterly from Chicago, Illinois, and about 37 miles northerly from Ludington, Michigan.
  • Presque Isle Harbor, Michigan

    Presque Isle Harbor, Michigan is located on the south shore of Lake Superior at Marquette, Michigan. It is an indentation about 1.5 miles long and one-half mile wide in shore behind Presque Isle Point.
  • Rouge River, Michigan

    Rouge River, Michigan rises in Oakland and Washtenaw Counties, Michigan. The river is 30 miles long, flows southeasterly through Wayne County, and joins the Detroit River at the westerly limit of the City of Detroit. The navigation channel is located on the lower 2 ½ miles of the river.
  • Saginaw River, Michigan

    Saginaw River, Michigan is formed by union of the Tittabawassee and Shiawassee Rivers, 22 miles long, and flows northerly into the extreme inner end of Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron.
  • Saugatuck Harbor, Michigan

    Saugatuck Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, about 90 miles northeasterly from Chicago, Illinois and 22 miles northerly from South Haven, Michigan.
  • Sebewaing River, Michigan

    Sebewaing River is located on Saginaw Bay in the thumb of Michigan, on the west shore of Lake Huron, about 20 miles northeast of the mouth of the Saginaw River. Michigan,
  • Soo Locks

    The Soo Locks at Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan are among the busiest lock systems in the world. Owned, operated, and maintained by U. S. Army Corps of Engineers, Detroit District. The locks are a National Historic Landmark and is also a current Corps of Engineers Mega Project site.
  • South Haven Harbor, Michigan

    South Haven Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 77 miles northeasterly from Chicago, Illinois, and 24 miles northerly from St. Joseph, Michigan.
  • St Clair River, Michigan

    The St. Clair River, Michigan is a 40-mile long section of Great Lakes Connecting Channels, which flows southerly from Lake Huron and discharges into Lake St. Clair.
  • St Marys River, Michigan

    The St. Marys River, Michigan is a Great Lakes connecting channel about 63 miles long, flowing southeasterly between the State of Michigan and Province of Ontario, Canada, from the eastern end of Lake Superior into northern end of Lake Huron.
  • St. James Harbor, Beaver Island, Michigan

    St. James Harbor, Beaver Island, Michigan is located in St. James Bay on Beaver Island, Michigan in Lake Michigan, about 31 miles northwesterly from Charlevoix, Michigan.
  • St. Joseph Harbor, Michigan

    St. Joseph Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, 60 miles easterly from Chicago, Illinois, and 24 miles southerly from South Haven, Michigan.
  • Tawas Bay Harbor, Michigan

    On the northeasterly portion of Saginaw Bay, an arm of Lake Huron, adjacent to Tawas, Michigan. Authorized by the Rivers and Harbors Act of 13 August 1968.
  • White Lake Harbor, Michigan

    White Lake Harbor, Michigan is located on the east shore of Lake Michigan, about 120 miles northeasterly from Chicago, Illinois, and 45 miles southerly from Ludington, Michigan.
  • Whitefish Point Harbor, Michigan

    Whitefish Point is located on the south shore of Lake Superior 40 miles northwesterly from Sault St. Marie, Michigan and 53 miles easterly from Grand Marais.