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We travelled to all Five Great Lakes this summer. Huron is the Bluest of all. A blue that is really intense and almost unreal after spending time at the other Lakes. The Lake is so comforting that we purchased tubes and sat out in the...More
It was interesting to walk along such a massive lake on a rainy day. The people were still swimming and the shops are still open. It reminded me of the Florida beaches minus the salt water. One should visit these lakes if in the area.
I have come to Canada with my wife to spend time with my son and his family. I have few class mates of IIT, Bombay, India who reside in Canada. We decided to have a get together with families. My friend from Missisuaga picked up...More
The end of a driving day brought us to St. Ignace, Michigan and the shores of Lake Huron. What a pleasant surprise in the morning when we looked out at the lake and saw fog. It gave us the opportunity to walk the edge, experience...More
A piece of Heaven on Earth. Clean big warm sandy beach. Very shallow water on a calm day. We went to Caseville so we don't know about the rest of the Lake but this place was fantastic. Also a fishing harbor if you like
Wow- The water was so clear and blue for a lake!We went to see the lighthouse and they had a beach area you could go to.We walked down to the water.There were alot of people enjoying the sunshine and water!
There was a free coupon at the DNR for A free go-Cart ride called Go-Kratz if you ever have the chance you should really go!
The lake was amazing clean beaches and the break wall was so beautiful the views were amazing to!
what a great little museum that has been maintained well and has a great tour guide. the 'ghosts' even visited us while we were there - setting off the alarm that wasn't set! good information, great views, cute articles in the gift shop.
LAKE HURON CAMPING 9/4-9/9/12 (with Jim & Pauline)
We started out from home on Tuesday, 9/4 at 9:22 AM. We got diesel gas at Roanoke, arriving at 10 AM and leaving at 10:30 AM. We took I-69 and stopped at the Michigan Welcome Center at...More