To invest Acheson Resources on a sustainable basis in partnership with others, to enhance the quality of life in the Southside of Port Huron.

To effectively employ financial and human resources to develop projects and programs through economic partners that share the Acheson Vision.

Upcoming Events

APRIL 7 (Saturday): The Blessing of the Fleet ceremony will be held at noon outside (weather permitting) the Great Lakes Maritime Center, 51 Water Street, on the St. Clair River side. The event marks the opening of the 2018 shipping season and honors crewmen who have died. Groups expected to participate: U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, Port Huron Power Squadron and Port Huron Yacht Club. 

APRIL 14, 21 & 28 (Saturdays): The Great Lakes Nautical Society is offering model boat building classes in the Great Lakes Maritime Center, 51 Water Street. Hours for each of the Saturdays are noon to 3 p.m. The classes are open to all ages. However, kids 12 and younger must have an adult with them. All model boat building kits are $6 each. For more information, contact the Maritime Center (810-985-4817) or Doug (810-327-2016) or Tom (810-329-4658).

APRIL 28 (Saturday): Roger LeLievre will visit the Great Lakes Maritime Center, 51 Water Street, between 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. to sign and sell his 2018 edition of "Know Your Ships." The paperback book is a must-have for boat watchers - young and old alike!

Desmond Landing Progress Report

On-going mixed-use development located on the beautiful St. Clair River.

Based on the eight goals identified by the people of Port Huron: More than $100M invested since 1999.
Great Lakes Maritime Center Seaway Terminal
Come and visit our Maritime Center.
Deep water Port and Event Center on the St. Clair River.