DeTour Village

Incorporated in 1899, the Village of DeTour is surrounded on three sides by water – Lake Huron, DeTour Passage, and the St. Marys River. The Peninsula has been a distinctive landmark for travelers, from Native American canoers to modern commercial freighters. In addition to being on the water route from Lake Huron to Lake Superior, SeTour Passage is the entry point into a boater’s paradise known as the North Channel. This unique village is home to magnificent beaches, a public marina on the St. Marys River, boat launches, picnic areas, and freighter views. DeTour Village forms the crux of the M-134 highway, linking Drummond Island to the State of Michigan.

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