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Our shoreline communities have new and exciting things happening from live theater shows and lighthouses to exploring beaches and shopping unique boutiques. There is something to keep everyone busy, loving it and wanting to return for more!

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Colony Tower

6503 Dyke Rd.
Clay, MI 48001 US

Region: Clay / Algonac
Website

136 foot tall 1920's former water tower disguised as a lighthouse.
Harbor Beach Visitors Center

146 S. Huron Avenue
Harbor Beach 48441 US

Phone: (989) 479-6477
Region: Harbor Beach
Website

A local place to get information about lodging, dining and shopping in the area.
Harbor Beach Historic Walking Tour

Harbor Beach, MI 48441 US

Phone: (989) 479-6477
Region: Harbor Beach
Website

Harbor Beach invites you to enjoy their rich historical background on a self guided tour with map on their website.
Lincoln Park & Trescott Pier

Trescott Street
Harbor Beach 48441 US

Region: Harbor Beach
Website

Sandy beach, picnic area and a place for kayak launching in Harbor Beach.
Lexington Breakwall

Lexington, MI 48450 US

Phone: (810) 359-2771
Region: Lexington
Website

Lexington's walkable breakwall is a great way to view Lake Huron.
Marine City Welcome Center Chamber of Commerce

480 S. Water St.
Marine City 48039 US

Phone: (810) 765-4501
E-Mail Address: chamber@visitmarinecity.com
Region: Marine City
Website

Marine City is antiques, tasty treats and waterfront beats!
Marine City Nautical Mile Shopping, Dining & Parks

Marine City 48039 US

Phone: (810) 765-4501
Region: Marine City
Website

A half-mile stretch of restaurants, charming shops and parks along the riverfront in downtown Marine City.
Port Austin Welcome Center

2 West Spring Street
Port Austin, MI 48467 US

Phone: (989) 738-7600
Region: Port Austin
Website

The Port Austin Welcome Center is located in front of the Port Austin State Harbor.
Dark Sky Preserve, View Northern Lights

Port Austin Rd.
Port Austin, MI 48467 US

Phone: (989) 738-8663
Region: Port Austin
Website

Night sky viewing inside of the Port Crescent State Park Day Use Area.
McMorran Place Tower

701 McMorran Blvd.
Suite A
Port Huron, MI 48060 US

Phone: (810) 985-6166
Region: Port Huron
Website

Climb the tower and get a bird’s eye view of historic downtown Port Huron.
Blue Water Bridges - International Border Crossing

Port Huron, MI US

Phone: (810) 985-9541
Region: Port Huron

The Blue Water Bridge is an international crossing between the United States of America and the nation of Canada.
Blue Water Maiden

Thomas Edison Parkway
Port Huron 48060 US

Region: Port Huron

Located at the Blue Water Bridge welcoming ships.
The Hallway Entertainment

1228 6th Street
Port Huron, MI 48060 US

Phone: (810) 689-9259
Region: Port Huron
Website

Escape room, mystery dinners & game show nights in Port Huron.
Huron Lightship

800 Prospect Place
Port Huron, MI 48060 US

Phone: (810) 984-9768
Region: Port Huron
Website

Climb aboard the Huron Lightship in Port Huron to see the crew quarters & hear about the ships historical purpose.
Blue Water Trolley

331 Huron Ave
Port Huron 48060 US

Phone: (810) 987-7373
Region: Port Huron
Website

Take a picturesque tour of Port Huron for 10 cents per person visiting 51 locations.
Huron Lady II Cruise

207 Water St.
Port Huron, MI 48060 US

Phone: (810) 984-1500
Region: Port Huron
Website

A refreshing sightseeing tour by boat of Lake Huron and the St. Clair River from Port Huron.
Goodells County Park

8345 County Park Dr.
Goodells, MI 48027 US

Phone: (810) 989-6960
Region: Port Huron
Website

Playgrounds, splash pad, historical village, butterfly garden, equestrian center & farm museum.
Blue Water River Walk

500 Water St.
Port Huron, MI 48060 US

Region: Port Huron
Website

The Blue Water River Walk is a unique location to watch freighter traffic, view the St. Clair River
Historic Military Street Downtown Port Huron

Military St.
Port Huron, MI 48060 US

Region: Port Huron
Website

The historic district centered north & south of the Black River consisting of shopping, dining & landmarks.
Great Lakes Maritime Center at Vantage Point

51 Water St.
Port Huron, MI 48060 US

Phone: (810) 985-4817
Region: Port Huron
Website

Learn about Great Lakes history while enjoying the waterfront view of passing marine traffic & freighters.
Thomas Edison Park

Thomas Edison Parkway
Port Huron, MI 48060 US

Phone: (810) 984-9760
Region: Port Huron

A place to take in the breathtaking views of passing ships while relaxing on a bench, walking, biking or fishing.
Fort Gratiot Light Station

2800 Omar Street
Port Huron, MI 48060 US

Phone: (810) 982-0891
Region: Port Huron
Website

Michigan's oldest lighthouse, built in 1829 in Port Huron on a public beach with breathtaking views of passing ships.
Blue Water Convention Center

500 Thomas Edison Pkwy.
Port Huron, MI 48060 US

Phone: (810) 201-5513
Region: Port Huron
Website

Magnificent views of passing ships in the St. Clair River, the Blue Water Bridges & Canada.
Sanilac Shores Underwater Preserve

Port Sanilac, MI 48469 US

Region: Port Sanilac
Website

The Sanilac Shores Underwater Preserve is the underwater home to many historical shipwrecks.
Palmer Park & Boardwalk St. Clair

N. Riverside Ave
St. Clair, MI 48079 US

Phone: (810) 329-7121
Region: St. Clair
Website

St. Clair is the home of the world's longest fresh water boardwalk and Palmer Park is where you'll find it.
Majestic Heart Carriage Rides

MI US

Phone: (810) 310-0827
E-Mail Address: majesticheartcarriagerides@gmail.com
Website

Horse-drawn carriage rides, locations in the ThumbCoast will vary.
Ship Watching

MI US

Phone: (810) 987-8687

The best locations to watch passing ships, freighters & other marine traffic in-person or virtually from anywhere.
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The Blue Water Bridge is an international crossing between the United States of America and the nation of Canada.

Magnificent views of passing ships in the St. Clair River, the Blue Water Bridges & Canada.

Located at the Blue Water Bridge welcoming ships.

The Blue Water River Walk is a unique location to watch freighter traffic, view the St. Clair River

Take a picturesque tour of Port Huron for 10 cents per person visiting 51 locations.

136 foot tall 1920's former water tower disguised as a lighthouse.

Night sky viewing inside of the Port Crescent State Park Day Use Area.

Michigan's oldest lighthouse, built in 1829 in Port Huron on a public beach with breathtaking views of passing ships.

Playgrounds, splash pad, historical village, butterfly garden, equestrian center & farm museum.

Learn about Great Lakes history while enjoying the waterfront view of passing marine traffic & freighters.

Harbor Beach invites you to enjoy their rich historical background on a self guided tour with map on their website.

A local place to get information about lodging, dining and shopping in the area.

The historic district centered north & south of the Black River consisting of shopping, dining & landmarks.

A refreshing sightseeing tour by boat of Lake Huron and the St. Clair River from Port Huron.

Climb aboard the Huron Lightship in Port Huron to see the crew quarters & hear about the ships historical purpose.

Lexington's walkable breakwall is a great way to view Lake Huron.

Sandy beach, picnic area and a place for kayak launching in Harbor Beach.

Horse-drawn carriage rides, locations in the ThumbCoast will vary.

A half-mile stretch of restaurants, charming shops and parks along the riverfront in downtown Marine City.

Marine City is antiques, tasty treats and waterfront beats!

Climb the tower and get a bird’s eye view of historic downtown Port Huron.

St. Clair is the home of the world's longest fresh water boardwalk and Palmer Park is where you'll find it.

The Port Austin Welcome Center is located in front of the Port Austin State Harbor.

The Sanilac Shores Underwater Preserve is the underwater home to many historical shipwrecks.

The best locations to watch passing ships, freighters & other marine traffic in-person or virtually from anywhere.

Escape room, mystery dinners & game show nights in Port Huron.

A place to take in the breathtaking views of passing ships while relaxing on a bench, walking, biking or fishing.
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