Port Huron's stunning waterway as well as its diverse annual events makes it a tourist destination all year long. Along Port Huron's southern end flows the St. Clair River. As you travel through historic downtown and the beautiful Pine Grove Park, you'll turn along the Thomas Edison Parkway and experience a breathtaking treat. You'll see the expanse of boardwalk with Canada so close you'll feel like you can reach it.
The sight of the twin spans of the magnificent Blue Water Bridges that connect Port Huron to Ontario, Canada under which is the mouth of Lake Huron is an incomparable view. Waving proud and huge in the plaza under the bridges are the American and Canadian flags erected there by the community in honor of emergency services. Beautiful beaches and parks, unique shopping, golf, hiking, camping, biking, river cruises, cross-country skiing, fishing, boating, sailing, ice skating, freighter-watching--- the list goes on!
Port Huron's most famous annual event is Bayview Yacht Club's Port Huron to Mackinac Sailboat Race, the largest freshwater sailing event of its kind in the world. With over 300 contestants, the event brings boaters and tourists from all over the world to what has become a weeklong festival of parades, vendors, and parties.
Port Huron is home to both professional (Junior A) and amateur hockey, as well as professional indoor football. The Port Huron Fighting Falcons, a proud member of the North American Hockey League (NAHL), play their home games at the McMorran Arena in downtown Port Huron to an enthusiastic home crowd. The North American Silver Stick Hockey Finals are held annually in Port Huron and is one of the nation's premier youth hockey tournaments, drawing thousands to town in January. The Predators, a Continental Indoor Football League team, made a successful debut in February 2011. Almost 2,000 fans cheered them on in the season opening game.
With over 3800 hotel rooms in the Blue Water Area, you can always join us for Port Huron Hospital Foundation's Festival of Trees, Port Huron Chilly Fest, Feast of Ste. Clair, International Symphony Orchestra, Cruise Night Classic & Antique Car Parade, Art on the River, Rotary International Day Parade and so much more.
Downtown Port Huron Walking Map
Downtown Port Huron Restaurant Map
Greater Port Huron Restaurant Map