Welcome to the city of Port Huron, known as the Maritime Capital of the Great Lakes. Our city stretches for seven miles along the shore of the St. Clair River and the base of Lake Huron. We’re proud of our area’s unique history and notable landmarks such as Michigan’s oldest working lighthouse, the Blue Water Bridge, and the Thomas Edison Depot Museum. Port Huron is a popular tourist destination but join us here and you’ll see why we’re also a great place to call home.
You’ll find plenty of exciting, year-round opportunities both on and off the water. Come spend a day at the beach. Plan a picnic in one of our beautiful parks. Explore the historic downtown shopping district. Or take a stroll along the boardwalk. Whatever you’re interests, you’ll find there are endless ways to enjoy our remarkable community.