Is there a ferry from Detroit to Canada?

Can you take a ferry from Michigan to Canada?

The Walpole-Algonac Ferry carries passengers and vehicles across the St. Clair River between Algonac, Michigan, USA. and Walpole Island, Ontario, Canada. Ferry boat arrives every 15-20 minutes, please arrive early to avoid line-ups.

How do I get from Detroit to Canada?

Getting to and from Canada

You can do so easily from Detroit using either the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel or the Ambassador Bridge. There’s also the Blue Water Bridge in Port Huron. Really — it’s easy.

Are there any ferries across Lake Michigan?

Offering the most daily crossings and record-setting speed, Lake Michigan’s high speed auto ferry offers a convenient and easy to use modern shortcut across Lake Michigan. … The Lake Express crosses Lake Michigan 4 times daily during its spring and summer schedule.

Can you drive to Canada from Detroit?

Detroit-Windsor Tunnel

The fourth international border crossing between Michigan and Canada is not a bridge, but an underground tunnel. Connecting Interstate 75 in Detroit with Highway 401 in Windsor, the tunnel opened in 1930. It remains the only international underwater crossing for vehicle traffic.

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What city in Michigan is closest to Canada?

Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario is just across the border from a twin city of the same name in Michigan. The two were actually one city up until the war of 1812 when the border was drawn along the St. Mary’s River, but they are still connected by the International Bridge across the river.

Can you walk from Detroit to Canada?

While Michigan has several bridges connecting to Canada in Detroit, Port Huron and Sault Ste Marie, none are specifically designed for pedestrian traffic. The one bridge between the two countries where you can walk to Canada is the Peace Bridge in Niagara Falls.

Can you go to Canada from Detroit without a passport?

You don’t need a passport to go to Canada via the Detroit-Winsdor border tunnel, which connects Detroit, Michigan to Windsor, Ontario. However, if you don’t bring your passport, you have to have a birth certificate and government-issued ID with you.

Can you drive to Canada from Michigan?

Crossing the Canada–U.S. Border by Car, Ferry, or Tunnel

There are several locations that allow you to cross over from Canada to Michigan. The most frequented crossings include the Ambassador Bridge, the Detroit-Windsor Tunnel, the Blue Water Bridge, and the Sault Ste Marie International Bridge.

How much does it cost to take ferry across Lake Michigan?

Adults: one-way, $69; round trip, $125. Seniors: one-way, $62; round-trip, $112. Children: one-way, $25; round trip, $45.