PORT HURON, MICHIGAN
Known as the Maritime Capital of the Great Lakes, visitors can take a stroll through the many waterfront parks and enjoy the vast presence of the Blue Water Bridge. On a sunny afternoon, the riverfront parks will be full of people fishing, running, roller blading, scuba diving, picnicking, and taking pictures with the breath-taking view of the Bluewater Bridge in the background as freighters pass by. Visit the historic downtown and discover the shops, galleries, cafes and waterfront dining options along the St Clair River and Black River. History of the area can be experienced at the Thomas Edison Depot Museum, Huron Lightship, Carnegie Center, Knowlton’s Ice Museum and Fort Gratiot Lighthouse, Michigan’s oldest working lighthouse! Pop into the Blue Water Area Convention and Visitor Bureau for the latest events and to discover what else is happening in the area.