JOBBIE CREW ARE NOT THE ORGANIZERS OR PROMOTERS OF THIS EVENT. WE URGE ANYONE WHO DECIDES TO ATTEND TO EXERCISE CAUTION, WEAR A MASK AND SOCIAL DISTANCE.
You already know the obvious but if you go, consider wearing a face mask and attempting to social distance.
It has been said that 5,000+ river tubers go on the annual Port Huron Float Down.
Started in 1977 and traditionally held the 3rd Sunday in August, the Port Huron Float Down is 8-miles long down the St. Clair River.
Lighthouse Beach (Omar Street & Garfield Street, Port Huron)
Chrysler Beach (River Road and Huron Road, Marysville)
You will need to park one car at Lighthouse and one car at Chrysler.
This event is FREE and is attended by all age groups of people.
People bring paddles, large floats, coolers, kayaks, etc. Come prepared!
Remember to wear a life jacket, use a sturdy inner tube, stay out of the shipping channel and don’t land in Canada (stay to the West side, the USA side) and have fun!
What: 44th Annual Port Huron Float Down
When: Sunday, August 15, 2021
Time: starts 1:00 p.m. (ends whenever you finish the journey)
Launch: Lighthouse Beach (Omar Street & Garfield Street, Port Huron, Michigan)
End: Chrysler Beach (River Road and Huron Road, Marysville, Michigan)