Bridge to Bay Trail
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Bridge to Bay Trail

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Port Huron, MI 48060
Regions: Port Huron
(810) 989-6960
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Where can you go to experience one of the largest freshwater deltas in the world, known as the St. Clair Flats? Where can you go to see ten islands - six of which are Canadian Walpole Island First Nation, connect to two state parks and fourteen Great Lakes beaches? Where can you take in all this natural splendor in fifty-four miles of shoreline along an international border? The Bridge to Bay Trail in St. Clair County!

St. Clair County’s Bridge to Bay Trail is a non-motorized trail system that provides exceptional visitor experiences through scenic waterfront communities and rural countryside views. There are short downtown loops within the longer loop, access to in-water paddling trails, and even a link to a ferry, creating many options for cyclists and pedestrians.

Hugging the shores of Lake Huron, the St. Clair River, and Lake St. Clair, the Bridge to Bay Trail is a combination of bike lanes, paved shoulders, rail trail, and separated side paths that connect trail users 54-miles from Lakeport State Park to Algonac State Park, and soon will provide links to Macomb County’s Macomb-Orchard Trail and Michigan’s Great Lakes-to-Lakes Trail.

Some trail links are still being developed.  Watch for pedestrian signage on how to connect to next trail.

View the Bridge to Bay Google Trail Map for an interactive overview.

Take a virtual 360° tour of the Bridge to Bay with the SEMCOG Trail Explorer Map


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