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Cecil Bay Park

Blueways Water Trail Access Site
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Access Type: Via Trail

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Launch Type: Carry-in Launching (Kayak)

Beach Type: Sand

Beach Approach: Moderate Banks

Vehicle Parking: 15 spaces

Facilities/Services:

- Restrooms (Portable)

Day Use Facilities:

- Picnic Area

Notes:

Need to launch at road ending then drive to parking lot in Cecil Bay Park about 200 feet away. The Carp River flows through the Park and Empties into Lake Huron in the Park. The river is too shallow to paddle out and a sand bar is located at the mouth. There is a low dune along the Lake Huron shoreline. Cecil Bay is a shallow bay with underwater boulders, particularly around points.

Available in Spring Available in Summer Available in Fall Public Restrooms

GPS Coordinates:
45.74612, -84.83039
Contact:
Email: rldeuell@nemcog.org
 
 
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