St. Joseph Channel facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsSt. Joseph Channel
|Country||Canada, United States|
|District||Algoma District, Chippewa County|
|Main source||Lake George|
|2nd source||Middle Neebish Channel|
|River mouth||North Channel|
|River system||Great Lakes Basin|
The St. Joseph Channel is a strait in Algoma District, Northwestern Ontario, Canada and Chippewa County, Michigan, United States. It is in the Great Lakes Basin and connects the St. Marys River flowing through the Middle Neebish Channel between Neebish Island and Sugar Island at the northwest and Lake George/ East Neebish Channel between Sugar Island and the Ontario mainland at the north, with the North Channel between St. Joseph Island and the Ontario mainland at the east, and with the Munuscong Channel between Neebish Island and St. Joseph Island at the southwest. All of these waterbody elements are part of Lake Huron.
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