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            Bridge to Bay Trail

            Trail Amenities
            Miles: 1.12Trail Length: 37.5
            Trail Activities
            BikingHiking
            Description

            Numerous partners from St. Clair County are working in conjunction with 13 local units of government to connect and complete a 54-mile paved trail along St. Clair County’s coast from “Bridge” (Blue Water Bridges) “To Bay” (Anchor Bay). The trail begins at Lakeport State Park at the county’s northern border to Algonac State Park to the south. Currently 26 miles of the Bridge to Bay Trail are on the ground passing the Blue Water Bridges and through Port Huron, Marysville, St. Clair, Marine City and Algonac. St. Clair County’s eastern border is unique, showcasing over 50 miles of shoreline along Lake Huron, the St. Clair River, and Anchor Bay. The trail connects trail users to downtowns, neighborhoods, parks, museums, beaches and lighthouses. Various sections include boardwalks, river walks, rail trails, safety paths and bike paths in both urban settings along the waterfront and country settings.

            Photo Courtesy @tjmckenziecom
            Bridge to Bay Trail courtesy Blue Water Area
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