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==Get in==
 
==Get in==
  
From the south take [[Interstate 94]] east
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===By car===
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*From the south take [[Interstate 94]] east
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*From the west take Interstate 69 east
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*From Ontario take Highway 402 west crossing the St. Clair River into the United States via the Blue Water Bridge
  
From the west take Interstate 69 east
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==By train==
 
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*'''Amtrak''', [htpp://www.amtrak.com]]. Service from [[Chicago]] and [[East Lansing]] via the ''[[Blue Water Service]]''.
From Ontario take Highway 402 west crossing the St. Clair River into the United States via the Blue Water Bridge
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==Get around==
 
==Get around==

Revision as of 04:49, 9 February 2010

Port Huron [1] is a city in Southeast Michigan, the second-busiest border crossing (with Sarnia, Ontario) in the state.

Contents

Get in

By car

  • From the south take Interstate 94 east
  • From the west take Interstate 69 east
  • From Ontario take Highway 402 west crossing the St. Clair River into the United States via the Blue Water Bridge

By train

Get around

  • Blue Water Area Transit, +1 810 987-7373, [2].

See

The annual Port Huron to Mackinac sailboat race one of the longest fresh-water races in the world with over two hundred boats entering the race each year.

Do

Buy

Eat

Drink

Sleep

  • Holiday Inn Express, 1720 Hancock St, +1 810 987-5999.

Get out

Sarnia is across the Blue Water Bridge in Ontario, Canada.


Routes through Port Huron
Flint  W noframe E  END
DetroitRoseville  W noframe E  → Canadian border (becomes On402.png) → SarniaLondon


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