The Blue Water Trolley

The Blue Water Trolley: A Unique Tour Recapturing the Past of Public Transit and the Blue Water Area

Trolley Fares in 2017 are still just 10 cents per person. The fare for Senior Citizens (60 and up) and persons with valid Medicare cards and handicapped is 5 cents.

The Blue Water Trolley, Michigan's finest tourist value, is brought to you by Blue Water Area Transit and local area merchants. The trolley tours the beautiful Blue Water Area, where two countries, U.S.A. and Canada, come together across the St. Clair River.

For an additional fare, the trolley also interconnects with Port Huron's city-wide transit system which serves all major shopping and industrial centers in the area.

The Blue Water Trolley's season begins June 5th and runs through September 9th, then runs every Saturday until October 14th.

The Blue Water Tour

The one hour tour, which includes a swing by various local points of interest, takes you through the heart of Port Huron and along the river front for a panoramic glimpse of the Blue Water Bridges, the Thomas Edison Statue and Depot. The starting point for each run is downtown at 331 Huron Avenue. You can also catch the trolley at Blue Water Area Transit's Quay Street transfer point, where other system buses interconnect, and at other designated stops shown on the Tour Map.

Due to road construction, please contact Blue Water Area Transit for changes in pick up locations.

Hours of Operation

Monday....... 12:00pm to 5:00pm
Tuesday...... 12:00pm to 5:00pm
Wednesday.. 12:00pm to 5:00pm
Thursday..... 12:00pm to 5:00pm
Friday......... 12:00pm to 5:00pm
Saturday..... 12:00pm to 5:00pm

June through August

(Times subject to change.
Call 987-7373 for schedule information.)

Trolley Advertisers
Blue Water Area Convention and Visitors Bureau
520 Edison Parkway

Huron Lady River Cruises
Black River

Radio 1st - WHLS, WSAQ, WPHM, WBTI
808 Huron Ave.

Raven Cafe

The Robbins Group
330 Superior Mall

Foam All Spray Insulation
810-614-1770 / 810-931-5277

Points of Interest
1. Trolley Stop Sign on Huron Ave.
2. Blue Water Area Transit (Transfer Point)
3. Military Street Bridge (lst one - 1833)
4. Federal Building
5. Red Cross
6. St. John United Church of Christ (1869)
7. Museum of Arts and History (1904)
8. Grace Church
9. St. Joseph Rectory (1880's)
10. St. Joseph Church (1923)
11. John Davidson Home (1896)
12. Railroad Tunnel
13. Lake Huron Medical Center
14. Seaway Terminal/ Highlander Sea (1924) And Retired Coast Guard Cutter BRAMBLE
15. Wilbur Davidson Home (1890)
16. Standard Oil Gasoline Service Station
17. Dr. Wilson Home (1840's)
18. Woman's Life Insurance (1917)
19. Studio 1219/Dairy Queen
20. J.M. White Building (1865)
21. Harrington Hotel (1896)
22. Vantage Point/Great Lakes Maritime Center
22. Huron Lady II
24. Times Herald Building (1981)
25. Quay Street Brewery
26. Information Center
27. Ice Museum
28. St. Clair County Library (1968)
29. St. Clair County Court House (1953)
30. Port Huron Municipal Office Center (1980)
31. Radio 1st (WHLS, WSAQ, WPHM, WBTI)
32. The Mclaughlin Home (1880's)
33. Ladies of Maccabees Bldg. (1904)
34. The Meno Home (1887)
35. U.S. Coast Guard Cutter HOLLYHOCK
36. Old Water Works (1872)/War Memorials
37. Children's Peace Gardens
38. Huron Lightship (1921-1970)
39. Thomas Edison Statue/Depot Museum
40. Blue Water Convention & Visitor's Bureau
41. Blue Water Bridges (1938/1997)
42. U.S. Coast Guard Station
43. Fort Gratiot Lighthouse
44. Fort St. Joseph possible location (1686)
45. Old Fort Gratiot Trading Post
46. McLaren Port Huron
47. Old Tyler School
48. River Street Marina
49. SC4 Main Building (1923)
50. McMorran Arena (1957)/McMorran Tower
51. Port Huron Chamber of Commerce/Welcome Center

Highlighted items = trolley stops