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Charter a Bus Rental in St. Clair Shores, Michigan Today

St. Clair Shores borders Lake St. Clair and is located in Macomb County. It is home to around 60,000 people. Ride a bus rental in St. Clair Shores, Michigan and discover the city today.

A bus rental in St. Clair Shores, Michigan is the best way to go to these places:

Arts & Culture

Listen to the Macomb Chamber Music Society. Take your pick from the symphonic quartets that they have including saxophone and string quartets. They have performances all over the city. Or you could check out the Swing Shift Orchestra and enjoy their big band musical performances.

Restaurants & Shopping

Go to the Nautical Mile, where you can find the biggest concentration of watercraft and marinas in the Midwest region. You can find a lot of nightlife and dining options here and even enjoy free trolley rides every Friday. You can also check out the downtown area for some of the unique local retailers that you could buy from. Other top stores you should not miss in the city include Whistle Stop Hobby & Toy, Circare, Maloof Jewelry and Gifts, Great Lakes Surf Shop, and Mall of Justice.

If you get hungry, check out Bommarito Bakery for their breads and pizza. You can also order Middle Eastern fare at Cedar Garden, Sahara Restaurant, or at Emily's Delicatessen, while check out the Thai cuisine at Sy Thai Shores. You can also check out the bagels at Eastside Bagel. Meanwhile, you can also get gluten-free bread at Ethel's Edibles and pizza at Paisano's Pizza and Restaurant.

Nautical Deli and Uncle Harry's Deli Restaurants the best deli's in the city. Other restaurants you can go to include Karas Restaurants, Travis Coffee Shop, New York Deli Restaurant, and Charlie's Restaurant.

Golf Courses & Sports Venues

Looking for a great golfing time? Go to St. Clair Shores Country Club, an 18-hole golf course that was designed by W. Bruce Matthews and opened in the 1950s.

Historical Sites & Landmarks

There are five sites in the city that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. These are: Kramerhof Roadhouse, Lac Sainte Claire Informational Designation, Pointe a Guignolet (Milk River Settlement) Commemorative Designation, Selinsky-Green House, and Shoreline Interurban Railway Commemorative Designation.

Parks & Outdoor Activities

Check out the Civic Ice Arena where you can play hockey and skate to your heart's delight. Or you can go to Blossom Heath Park & Pier, where you have picnic facilities, playground equipment, volleyball net, a view of the lakefront, beach, boat launch and fishing areas. Brys Park has soccer, softball and baseball fields, a hiking and jogging trail, picnic benches and tables.

You can also go to Kyte Monroe Park, which has five multipurpose diamonds, two shelters, two basketball courts, ten horseshoe pits, picnic tables, two baseball diamonds, four tennis courts and a batting cage. Meanwhile, Wahby Park has water fountains, a walkway and run path. You can also beat the heat at the Municipal Pool and Waterslide. While Veterans Memorial Park has several picnic facilities, playground equipment, bocce and shuffleboard courts, horseshoe courts, jogging and hiking paths, a view of the lakefront, a beach and fishing area.

Then you have the neighborhood parks such as Alexander Park, Blackburn Park, Champine Park, Frederick Park, Fresard Park, Gaffke Park, Kaufman Park, and Welsh Park.

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