BLUE WATER
RIVER WALK

51 Court Street, Port Huron

Year-round sightseers enjoy watching the big freighters ply the St. Clair River and watching many birds including waterfowl, shorebirds, swallows, gulls, terns, and raptors. The confluence of the two rivers is a major winter feeding site for diving ducks and up to six gull species

 
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Herons, ducks, geese, Merlin, gulls, Peregrine Falcon, Jaegers, hawks, and swallows are commonly seen. Rare sightings include Common Loons in the spring and winter, Horned Grebes, and Long-tailed ducks in the winter

 

AMENITIES

Below is a list of amenities available at this property.

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VIEWING SEASON

Year-round viewing is available

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PARKING

Parking is available

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RESTROOMS

No restrooms are available on this property

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TRAIL CONDITION

This trail is paved

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PICNIC TABLES

Picnic tables are available, but no picnic shelters.

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BOAT LAUNCH

No boat launch

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FEE

No fee