While you're at it, why don't you do what we do -- explore the Sunrise side. One of the treats of doing what we do is that there are lots of opportunities to explore. And explore you should, too.
But, there are other things to do by the water. Lots of people don't know that Thomas Edison, inventor of the light bulb, the movie camera, the phonograph, among many other useful gadgets, spent a part of his boyhood in Port Huron. As a youth, he worked for the railroad, selling newspapers, candy, and other items to passengers on the commuter line. He also began his experiments during this period and the railroad gave him the use of a car to conduct his tests while the train was in action. The railroad depot where he worked has been restored and made into a museum, with a railroad car/laboratory and a statue of Tom as youngster.