Lake Huron’s shores are rural with a number of Canadian Provincial parks on the eastern shore and small fishing-centric towns on the American side. Pleasure boating is popular on Lake Huron. Local yacht club sailboat races fill a busy summer calendar.
On the north and eastern shores of Lake Huron granite islands surround Canada’s Georgian Bay (separated from Lake Huron by the Bruce Peninsula) and the North Channel, which leads to the St. Mary’s River and Lake Superior. This remote cruising ground is some of the most beautiful you will find in North America.
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