Monday, October 28, 2019

Boating in Lake Huron

Boating in the Great Lakes, well Lake Huron to be exact is intoxicating and it so marvelous. It’s both magical and exhilarating experience; imagine sailing through the clear waters and breathing the freshest air of the north. Cruising through its clear waters, travelers can experience a trip with what other boaters would take years to achieve as the lake can have passages as wide as 20 miles and channels with only less than 50 feet. 

Lake Huron is considered as one of the best cruising ground in the world. Complete its 160-nautical mile journey and you can easily see why the lake has the best of everything. In addition to boating, Manitoulin Island surrounds Lake Huron. This also makes hiking in Lake Huron more exciting, as the largest freshwater island hides pristine beaches, amazing waterfalls, and colorful rock formations. But that’s not all Lake Huron has been hiding, deep in its icy cold waters, diving enthusiasts can head on an adventure exploring many shipwrecks littered in the lake’s bottom.



Because of its location along with the inhabited stretch of the Canadian border, Lake Huron played a prime role in the war of 1812. The lake has a long history and played and saw many naval battles at the time. Travelers can visit several military forts along Lake Huron’s coastline if you are lucky you can catch some of its tours. A lot of boaters prefer Lake Huron as several major cities sit along its shoreline including the Detroit metro area and Windsor. The lake is great not just for boating but for swimming and hiking as well. There are coastal campgrounds that are popular for families with smaller children. 

However, the pinnacle of the all journey in Lake Huron is fishing, as there are countless fishing spots within the lake. To celebrate cultural diversity surrounding Lake Huron, one can find festivals, a farmer's market, and special fairs across its borders which make docking more fun. If you are looking for more adventure, you can easily go to Lake Michigan which sits at the end of Lake Huron. 


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