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Maps of Parks, Bike Routes, the Harbor, & More in Port Sanilac Area

View maps of bike routes, parks, boat launch, marina, restaurants, and more in Port Sanilac, Michigan by clicking a link for the online version (GIF) and PDF version. PDF versions are full-page maps, saved at a higher resolution.

Port Sanilac Area Parks, Trails & Other Locations - small map
  Port Sanilac Area Parks, Trails & Other Locations (Online version)

Port Sanilac Area Parks, Trails & Other Locations (PDF)

Parks shown: Port Sanilac has small parks with athletic facilities and a park near the marina with a playground and picnic shelter.

Bike Routes shown: Shows the shoulder bike routes along M-25 and M-46 in Port Sanilac. Where there is no wide shoulder, you will need to ride on the outside of the vehicle lane.

Boat Launch shown: There are boat launch ramps at the DNR boat access site on Lake Street in Port Sanilac. A fish-cleaning station is located nearby.

Also shows: Port Sanilac Lighthouse, Sanilac County Historical Museum and Village, Raymond House Inn, Sanilac District Library, historical markers, library, community center, post office, restaurants, stores, and more in Port Sanilac, Michigan.




Port Sanilac - Carsonville Bike Route - small map
  Port Sanilac - Carsonville Bike Route (Online version)

Port Sanilac - Carsonville Bike Route (PDF)

The 6.5 mile shoulder bike route along M-46 between Port Sanilac and Carsonville.

It also shows part of the shoulder bike route on M-25, which goes to Lexington, Port Austin, Sebewaing, and other towns in the thumb area.






Port Sanilac - Lexington Area Bike Route - small map
  Port Sanilac - Lexington Area Bike Route (Online version)

Port Sanilac - Lexington Area Bike Route (PDF)

M-25 has a wide paved shoulder that can be used to ride from Port Sanilac to Lexington. It's approximately 11 miles (one way).




     



Also see:
- Lexington Area Attractions, Parks, Bike Routes & More







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