The Norfolk Southern Corporation owns several Port of Huron facilities. The Port of Huron Ore Wharf is operated by W.L.H. Rentals to receive iron ore by self-unloading vessels. An open storage area at the rear of this Port of Huron wharf can store up to 500 thousand tons of iron ore. The W&LE Railway Company has three marginal surface tracks with capacity for 120 cars along the rear of the wharf. These tracks connect with the Norfolk Southern Corporation. The Port of Huron Ore Wharf has berthing distance of 426.7 meters (1400 feet) with alongside depths of 7.3 and 7.9 meters (26 and 27 feet).
W.L.H. Rentals also operates the Port of Huron Ore Dock Mooring Wharf for the Norfolk Southern Corporation to moor vessels. Surface rail track at the rear of the Wharf connects with the Norfolk Southern railway. The Port of Huron Ore Dock Mooring Wharf has berthing distance of 304.8 meters (1000 feet) with alongside depth of 4.9 meters (16 feet).
Huron Lime Company operates the Norfolk Southern's Stone Dock in the Port of Huron to receive limestone by self-unloading vessel. An open storage area at the rear of this Port of Huron dock has capacity to store 250 thousand tons of limestone, and five silos at the lime manufacturing plant at the rear of the dock have total capacity for 1800 tons of lime. Norfolk Southern has two surface tracks at the plant. The Stone Dock in the Port of Huron has two berths. One offers berthing distance of 91.4 meters (300 feet) with alongside depths of 4.9 and 7.3 meters (16 and 24 feet). The second has berthing distance of 129.5 meters (425 feet) with alongside depths of 7.3 and 8.5 meters (24 and 28 feet).
The United States Government owns, and the US Army Corps of Engineers operates the Port of Huron Harbor Dredge Pump-Out Facility to moor dredgers and discharge dredged material on a 68-acre diked spoil area at the side of the west pier. The Port of Huron Harbor Dredge Pump-Out Facility has berthing distance of 274.3 meters (900 feet) with alongside depths of 4.6 and 7.6 meters (15 and 25 feet).
The Port of Huron Parks and Recreation department operates the Port of Huron Boat Basin marina. More than 75 charter captains and fishers arrive in the Huron Boat Basin each fall to take fishers to Lake Erie and follow the fish east.
Dock rates for transient dockage in the Port of Huron Boat Basin marina are $1.50 per foot per night and $5 for as long as three hours. Unlimited short-term dockage is available with a Weekday Pass from Sunday through Thursday. The Weekday Pass is $25 for residents and $35 for non-residents.
Seasonal dockage with water and electricity is available in the Port of Huron Boat Basin for both residents and non-residents. The 7.3-meter (24-foot) docks are available for $1392 for residents and $1440 for non-residents. The 9.1-meter (30-foot) dock is available for $1800 for residents and $1920 for non-residents. The 9.8-meter (32-foot) docks are available for $1920 for residents and $2048 for non-residents. The 6.1-meter (20-foot) docks without water and electric are also available for $880 for residents and $920 for no-residents.
In the fall, fishers can reserve a dock for the fishing season. The Port of Huron Boat Basin does not operate charters, but private charter captains moor in the marina each autumn. Interested fishers can find a list of charters on the Port of Huron Boat Basin website. The Port of Huron has several fishing tournaments in May, June, and October
The Huron Lagoons Marina is the Port of Huron's biggest full-service marina. Located about 1.6 kilometers (one mile) inland from Lake Erie on the Huron River, the Huron Lagoons Marina offers 350 slips available during the season from early April to mid-November. Transient slips can accommodate boats to 13.7 meters (45 feet), and the marina also offers seasonal ramp passes, inside and outside storage, and drive-on docks for jet skis and jet boats. This Port of Huron marina offers a swimming pool with restrooms and a game table, picnic areas, a laundry room, a sand pit volleyball and basketball court, and a ship's store. The marina is also located within walking distance of the Port of Huron's 36-hold Thunderbird Hills golf course and driving range.