While you're in Port Huron, we highly recommend riding, running or strolling along the 3.75-mile section of the Bridge to Bay Trail.
The Bridge to Bay Trail is a long-range plan to build a continuous bike trail from Port Huron to New Baltimore. The Port Huron section is now completed and the scenery is amazing.
Watching the brilliant blue waters of Lake Huron rushing under the Blue Water Bridge into the St. Clair River channel is a spectacle you really must see. The trail begins north of the Blue Water Bridge and travels along the edge of the St. Clair River and over the Black River drawbridge through downtown Port Huron and the Blue Water River Walk, ending on 10th Street about a quarter mile past the Coast Guard Cutter "Bramble" Museum and a tunnel under Military Street. Interpretive signs along the River Walk tell the story of this historic port city.