Transportation

Airports

St. Clair County International Airport

177 Ash Drive, Kimball MI 48074, 810-364-6980 – Website.

Located 6 miles southwest of Downtown Port Huron

International airport with car rental, red carpet service, ground handling, catering, aircraft rental, fuel, corporate hangar, office rental space and cold storage.

Detroit Metro Airport

Romulus/Detroit MI 48074, 734-247-7678, Website.

Located 76 miles south of Downtown Port Huron

Major international airport with rental car services, shuttles, parking and hotels. Ruby’s Port Huron Shuttle Service provides transportation to/from this airport, call 810-989-5466.

Bishop International Airport – Flint

3425 W. Bristol Rd., Flint 48507, 810-235-6560, Website.

Located 68 miles west of Downtown Port Huron

Major international airport with rental car services, shuttles, parking and hotels. Ruby’s Port Huron Shuttle Service provides transportation to/from this airport, call 810-989-5466.

Ferry

Champion Car Ferry – Harsens Island

3647 Pointe Tremble Rd., Algonac 810-748-3757, Website.

Located 50 miles north of Detroit & 30 miles south of Port Huron.

Train

Amtrak Station – Port Huron

2223 16th Street, Port Huron, 800-872-7245, Website.

Located 2 miles southwest of Downtown Port Huron

Accessible facility, overnight and same day parking available.

Bus – Trolley

Blue Water Area Transit

720 McMorran Blvd., Port Huron, 810-987-7373, Website.

Located in the center of Downtown Port Huron

Transit bus regular routes operating in the City of Port Huron and Fort Gratiot Township with ramp equipped buses ADA compliant. Call for a pick up with an hours notice to Burtchville, Port Huron Township and Marysville.

The trolley service operates seasonally June – October and visits 51 points of interest and only 10 cents to ride.

Motorcoach Tour Examples

Day 1

Huron Lightship Museum, Oldest Lighthouse in Michigan – Fort Gratiot Light and beach, Thomas Edison Depot Museum, Carnegie Museum, Great Lakes Maritime Center to Watch Freighters and Take a Nature Walk the Blue Water River Walk/Bridge to Bay Trail.

Day 2

Tour the Sanilac County Historical Village & Loop-Harrison Mansion, Shop Unique Boutiques in Downtown Lexington’s Beach Village and Picnic in Tierney Park with Marina and Lake Huron Views.

Day 3

Take a Huron Lady River Cruise in the St. Clair River & Lake Huron (2hrs.), Explore the Knowlton’s Ice Museum, Visit the Foundry Gallery and Shop Unique Boutiques in Historic Downtown Port Huron.

BLUE WATER RIVER WALK TOUR

Take a nature walk at the Blue Water River Walk is a along the St. Clair River shoreline on the Bridge to Bay Trail in a unique location to watch freighter traffic in the St. Clair River. There is an elevated structure, once used as an ferry dock, providing a fun place to shoreline fish.

ThumbCoast Heritage Tour

The Blue Water Area Heritage Tour begins on the ThumbCoast in Algonac along M-29 and M-25 on the shorelines of Lake St. Clair, St. Clair River and Lake Huron to the tip of the Thumb in Port Austin.

St. Clair Sculpture Tour

The public art sculptures of St. Clair dot the town in homage to everyday life and special moments brought to you by the St. Clair Art Association. Take a self-guided walking tour in St. Clair.

ThumbCoast Beer, Wine & Spirits Tour

Discover Michigan’s ThumbCoast on a self-guided, wet your whistle kind of tour for all things beer, wine and spirits. Taste your way through charming small towns, beach villages and ferry ride to Harsens Island. Enjoy the scenic views of the St. Clair River, Lake Huron and rural Michigan when you make plans to visit all 16 ThumbCoast breweries, wineries, distilleries, farms, taps rooms and more!

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