St. Clair County is a special place to live, work, and play. It is home to more than 163,000 residents, abundant natural resources, fantastic year-round recreational opportunities, trails, beaches, community festivals, and some of the most productive farming in Michigan. Our mix of charming downtowns and gorgeous rural vistas provide residents with an amazing quality of life here in the Blue Water Area.
Come visit our beautiful communities and friendly residents! Better yet, stick around. St. Clair County is an affordable, safe community for your family and a great place to start or grow your business. We have everything you need: quality schools, great infrastructure, a talented workforce, and an overall environment for success.
St. Clair County has among the highest number of boat registrations per capita in the United States and is home to the Annual Port Huron-to-Mackinac Sailboat Race, the largest freshwater sailing event of its kind in the world. With an abundance of water resources, St. Clair County boasts the world's longest freshwater boardwalk along the St. Clair River, which forms the international border between Michigan and Ontario, Canada.