Things to do near Adventure Inn and Port Huron

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Blue Water Bridges at dusk

What do guests like to do near Port Huron and Lexington while staying at Adventure Inn bed and breakfast?

First, Lake Huron is fascinating at all times of the year.

Watch the sunrise, migrating birds, freighters on the horizon, or the occasional northern lights.

Plop down on the sand or relax on Adirondack chairs on a deck underneath the tall cottonwoods.

On a night when the breeze is still or offshore, sit around a campfire and tell stories or just a dream.

From our 100 feet of beach, walk along the shoreline south to the end of Lakeport State Park, 2.3 miles roundtrip. Or walk a quarter-mile north to the Burtchville Township Park beach and beyond. If conditions are right, travel by canoe instead. (Canoe and safety gear provided.)

Red SchwinnTool around the not-heavily-traveled byways of North Lakeport on our vintage Schwinn bicycles. Or bring your rollerblades.

If conditions are right, Captain Adventure may be available to take you out for a cruise on our humble fishing boat, or our small sailboat, if launched.

Keep in touch with the rest of your world via our free WiFi network, even while sitting on the beach.

Rainy-day pastimes include movies, puzzles, games and books. In winter, enjoy our wood-burning fireplace.

Summer weekends in the Blue Water area and Michigan’s Thumb feature a succession of art fairs, music festivals, sailboat races, farmers markets and county fairs – even a bologna festival.

What else you can do while you’re here?

Five minutes away                         

  • Play tennis or horseshoes or shoot baskets.
  • Ride bikes on a four-mile section of the Bridge to Bay non-motorized trail.
  • Walk wooded trails in 565-acre Lakeport State Park or Fort Gratiot County Park.
  • Try geocaching if you have a handheld GPS.

10 minutes away

  • Play miniature golf or hit a bucket of balls.
  • Pick your own apples, raspberries, cherries or pears in season.

15 to 30 minutes away

  • Explore the shops of Lexington. Our favorites include the Irish Rose, Noble and Weekends.
  • Take your pick of three restaurants in Port Sanilac: Stone Lodge, Uri’s Landing or Van Camp House.
  • Watch freighters pass under the Blue Water Bridges or at the Great Lakes Maritime Center.
  • Play your choice of three 18-hole golf courses, two at Lakeview Hills in Lexington and one at Fore Lakes.
  • Check out museums, restaurants, the historic Fort Gratiot Lighthouse and Huron Lightship and much more in Port Huron.
  • Try your luck at the casino, watch live harness racing or enjoy fine dining in Sarnia, Ontario. (Everyone in the car will need a passport or equivalent.)

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