The Blue Water region, extending along Michigan’s eastern shore from Algonac to Port Austin is a crossroads of industry. From the established farming communities and energetic downtowns to thriving manufacturing parks, this area is flourishing in investment and aspiration. Port Huron, being the site of the spectacular spans of the Blue Water Bridge, has tremendous transportation assets. It is an international gateway into Canada and has three major expressways converging. It's the nation’s 2nd busiest border crossing for rail traffic, and has a major inland seaway running along its shoreline. The refreshing, true blue water of Lake Huron and the St. Clair River is a tourist attraction all in itself. The Blue Water region has a rural character and low cost of living but it also roaring with business incentives and a powerful desire to get to work.