Introduction to St. Clair Shores, Michigan
St. Clair Shores, Michigan, in Macomb county, is 14 miles NE of Detroit, Michigan The city is considered part of the Detroit metropolitan area. St. Clair Shores has a population of 63,096.
St. Clair Shores History
The area where the city of St. Clair Shores stands today was inhabited by French settlers as early as 1710. It was a part of Erin Township from 1843 until 1911. The city was once home to an amusement park named Jefferson Beach. St. Clair Shores grew from a resort community to a suburban city rapidly after World War II. It was incorporated in 1951.
St. Clair Shores and nearby Attractions
- St Clair Shores Parks & Recreation Department
- City of St Clair Shores Department of Parks & Recreation
- St Clair Shores Historical
- Roseville Recreation Department
- Lake St Clair Park
- Spindler Park
Things To Do In St. Clair Shores
The city offers an array of recreational opportunities for people of all ages. You can hangout with friends at the various parks in the city, or enjoy shopping at the several shopping plazas.
St. Clair Shores Transportation
The nearest major airport to the city is the Detroit City Airport.
St. Clair Shores Higher Education
Colleges situated close to the city include Macomb Community College, University of Phoenix-Detroit Campus, Lawrence Technological University and Oakland Community College-Bloomfield Hills Campus.