Home>Routes>Greenways & Trails

Blue Water Bridges

Two bridges connecting U.S.A. and Canada at Port Huron, Michigan, and Sarnia, Ontario
bridge_00932.jpg
Starting Jan. 31, you will need to have a passport or similarly secure document, or a combination of two other documents. If you have one of these, you only have to present one document: U.S. or Canadian passport. U.S. passcard (these won't be available until spring). So-called “trusted traveler card,”' which includes NEXUS, SENTRI or FAST cards (These are typically used only by people who cross the border frequently, often for work). State or province issued “enhanced” driver's license (states are only beginning to produce these, so they are not available in most places). U.S. military ID with travel orders. U.S. merchant mariner document. Native American Tribal Photo ID card. Form I-872 American Indian Card. Indian and Northern Affairs Canada Card. If you don't have a passport or one of these other IDs, there is a two-document option, the most likely combination being a driver's license and a birth certificate. You can present a driver's license or ID card, or a U.S. or Canadian ID card, along with one of the following: Birth certificate. U.S. Consular report of birth abroad. U.S. Certificate of Naturalization. U.S. Certificate of Citizenship. U.S. Citizen Identification Card. Canadian citizenship card. Canadian certificate of citizenship without photo. 18 and under: U.S. and Canadian citizens 18 and younger need a birth certificate issued by a federal, state, provincial, county or municipal authority.
Address:
Thomas Edison Parkway
Port Huron, MI 48060
GPS Coordinates:
42.9990291489192, -82.4256134033203
Contact:
Phone: 810-984-9760
 
Add This To Your Itinerary
Trip Weather Check
Coastal Zone Customs Information

Report Suspicious Activity to River Watch 800-537-3220

Economic Development

Blue Water Area Convention & Visitors Bureau: Discover the Blue

The Weather Channel Nearshore Weather Forecast NOAA Marine Weather Forecast United States Coast Guard 9th District, Call Search and Rescue at 1-800-321-4400 St. Clair County Sheriff Marine Patrol Where the Blue Meets the Green: St. Clair County Economic Development Strategic Plan St. Clair County, Michigan
 
 
Home | Coastal Zone | The Routes | Plan a Trip | The Project | FAQs | Community | Request Info or Contact Us 
Michigan Department of Environmental QualityFinancial assistance for this project was provided, in part, by the Michigan Coastal Management Program, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ), through a grant from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), U.S. Department of Commerce.National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration