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In the summer you sometimes see topless sunbathing here, no trip to Europe needed. The western part of the beach is mostly used by families and there is a children's play land and washrooms. To the east, on the beach or on the grassy area...More
Facing the Detroit River.... small and not a lot to do... unless you like sitting in the sun and baking! Nothing of great interest around to visit or see..... you are better off going to a public pool!
We were visiting from England and wanted a beach close to accommodation. The parking was very convenient and the area was lovely. It was nice to have a grassed area also for those who didn't want to sit in the sand. There was also trees...More
Years ago this fine picturific parcel of land was known as unemployment beach . The young people would congregate there and waist away the summer in the basking of the warm sun . it appears to have never lost its touch ,it is still a...More
Small beach with an enclosed swimming area in lake St.. Clair .shallow water in this area but do not go beyond swimming barriers as the water gets very deep very quickly and the undertow is fast. Lovely park beside the beach with picnic tables provided....More
Very cold to be close to this beach this time of year but I have to say that it's a beautiful view. It's a great place to enjoy at all ages in the warmer months and great to just appreciate in the colder months for...More
Sorry, I'm not a dog owner. I didn't realize dogs were allowed in the water. It seems to me that it would be dangerous to swim with a leash on, but I do think there is a sign saying all dogs must be on leash. It's a city... More
Sorry, I'm not a dog owner. I didn't realize dogs were allowed in the water. It seems to me that it would be dangerous to swim with a leash on, but I do think there is a sign saying all dogs must be on leash. It's a city bylaw.