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Day 1

Fort Gratiot Lighthouse Oldest Lighthouse In Michigan
Thomas Edison Depot Museum Edison’s Formative Years
Carnegie Museum History & Culture of Port Huron
Maritime Center & Blue Water River Walk Watch 1000ft Freighters Pass By

Day 2

Sanilac Country Museum and Historical Village Step Back In Time
Lexington Shop Their Downtown’s Unique Boutiques
Huron Lady River Cruise See Port Huron By Water

Day 3

Huron Lightship Only Remaining One On The Great Lakes
Knowlton’s Ice Museum The History Of Ice Cultivation
USCGC Bramble Tour The Historic Coast Guard Ice Cutting Ship

BLUE WATER RIVER WALK

The Blue Water River Walk is a paved, shoreline path along the St. Clair River. It is a unique location to watch freighter traffic, view the St. Clair River and enjoy the shoreline which has been restored to a more natural state.

The paved pedestrian path rolls along 4,300 feet of shoreline and connects to the Bridge to Bay Trail. An elevated structure that was once used as an ferry dock provides a fun and different perspective on the river and land.

The Blue Water River Walk has been a shoreline restoration project, not only for the land, but for wildlife as well, inviting natural plants and aquatic life back to the area. Watch a video here.


Heritage Tour

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

Nine communities offer a collection of history to inspire any history buff. Learn the history of past generations and discover our maritime heritage, the story of ice cultivation and the history of the automobile and boat industry. You will recognize names such as the Wills St. Clair automobile and Chris Craft boats. Thomas Edison lived in Port Huron during what he called his “inspiration years”. Come experience our past and delight in our future. Many historic attractions await your arrival.


St. Clair Sculpture Tour

The sculptures of St. Clair dot the town in homage to everyday life and special moments.

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