With 140 miles of shoreline, Michigan’s Thumbcoast has tons of beaches, parks, and trails of all kinds to explore.
The iconic Huron Lady II offers daily sightseeing cruises in the summer to many places, including Fort Gratiot Lighthouse and the Blue Water Bridges. You can even book dinner cruises and private charters.
Touted as the hottest bar in Port Huron, CityFloats is a floating barge that has been transformed into a dining spot with standing tables and picnic tables.
The Bay Trail runs for about 50 miles of St. Clair County shoreline, it passes through both St. Clair and Marine City. Featuring 81 acres of grass, sports fields, a paved bike path, and other walking trails.
Sailing is one of Port Huron’s favorite pastimes, and you can learn how to do it by taking a class at the Port Huron Yacht Club.