Blue Water Area

Blue Water Area

The Blue Water Area rests on Lake Huron, along Michigan's eastern shoreline. Here, 140 miles of waterfront await your arrival with an array of things to do and places to explore. Paddlers can navigate exhilarating waterways or tranquil canals. Riverwalks and sandy beaches bring the refreshing true-blue water right to your toes. If it's more green you need, tee-off at one of the rolling golf courses or venture wooded paths of numerous parks and trails.

Visit Lake Huron

Visit Michigan's Eastern Shore. Stretch your legs along the longest fresh water boardwalk, bike along the shore, swim, dive and sail the day away in the deep blue waters of Lake Huron.

Clay / Algonac

Clay Township and the city of Algonac share a border and a woven history of nautical lore.

Marine City

Historically, Marine City was known as a ship building center of the Great Lakes. Today it has grown into a hot spot for collectors and treasure  hunters.

St. Clair

St. Clair is serenity found. Its location is just 40 miles north of Detroit and only a few miles south of Port Huron, resting on the banks of the forever blue St. Clair River.


The waterfront City of Marysville rests on the banks of the St. Clair River.

Port Huron

Port Huron is known as the Maritime Capital of the Great Lakes with unique sites to be explored.


Friendly people, warm hospitality, small town charm, the little village on the shores of beautiful and blue Lake Huron.

Port Sanilac

Port Sanilac is a sesquicentennial treasure nestled on Lake Huron's blue water shores.

Harbor Beach

Located on the eastern shore of Lake Huron on Michigan's thumb, Harbor Beach is an outdoor lover's paradise.

Port Austin

Spectacular sunrises meet the sunsets as they grace the small village of Port Austin, where the crystalline waves of Lake Huron bathe sandy beaches and unique rock formations.