Bluewater District

Lat: 42.72425
Long: -82.4834

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About Bluewater District
Along the eastern shores of Michigan lies a collection of communities that are boastful about the color blue. Miles of shoreline unite the quaint towns of Algonac, Clay, Marine City, St. Clair, Port Huron and beyond.  These charming communities, forming what is called the Blue Water Area, invite you to discover the natural spirit that brings them all together…true blue water.

The Blue Water Area is perched on the edges of Lake Huron and the St. Clair River. With admirable depths, the waterways show off incredible colors of cobalt, turquoise and sparkling sapphire. The stunning hues restore a sense of freshness and tranquility that can get lost in the current of everyday life. Green parks, boardwalks and wide beaches bordering the shorelines entice visitors and locals to lounge along the water and breathe in the natural beauty.

Summertime festivals, celebrations and performances bring laughter and entertainment to the blue shores. You’ll discover bustling farmers markets’ to freshen your day, concert performances to serenade your night, and a maritime history that will captivate your mind.

Across the famed Blue Water Bridge from Port Huron, visitors arrive in the lively town of Sarnia, home to the Point Edward Charity Casino and located right on the banks of the St. Clair River.  Beautiful marinas beckon traveling boaters, where transportation to nearby attractions and restaurants is readily available. 

On the Canadian side of the St. Clair River, southbound travelers pass through Sombra (where ferry service connects Marine City), and further down the Chenel En Carte which leads to Wallaceburg and on the Chatham and Chatham/Essex—where a multitude of attractions, friendly people and great experiences await.
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