Transportation information for Port Huron is provided below. Travel information includes driving directions, maps, airport information and more.
Most visitors to Port Huron will fly into the Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport which is located approximately 75 miles southwest of Port Huron. The airport is serviced by several major airlines such as American Airlines, Frontier Airlines, United Airlines, US Airways, and many more providing non-stop flights to destinations all over the nation. An alternate option is the Bishop International Airport located approximately 70 miles west. Continental Connection, Delta Connection, Midwest Connect, Northwest Airlines, and many more serve the airport. Non-stop flights are available to major destinations such as Orlando, Atlanta, Chicago, and Cleveland.
Port Huron is located along the central eastern border of Michigan at the southern base of Lake Huron. Access to Port Huron is provided by I-94 from Detroit and I-69 from Flint.