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Lake Huron Marina Links

Huron, Lake second largest (23,010 sq mi/59,596 sq km) of the GREAT LAKES and fourth largest lake in the world, on the U.S.-Canada border. It is 206 mi (332 km) long and up to 183 (295 km) wide, with a surface elevation of 580 ft (177 m). It receives the waters of Lake Superior through the St. Marys R. and of Lake Michigan through the Straits of Mackinac, and it drains S into Lake Erie through the St. Clair River. - Lake St. Clair - Detroit River.

Michigan

Alpena
AuGres
Bay City
Caseville
Cheboygan
De Tour
Drummond Island
East Tawa
Hammond Bay
Harbor Beach
Harrisville
Hessel
Lexington
Mackinac Island
Mackinaw City
Oscoda
Port Austin
Port Huron
Port Sanilac
Presque Isle
Rogers City
Sebewaing
St. Clair
St. Ignace
Tawa City

Saginaw Bay
North Channel

 

Ontario, Canada

Sarnnia
Port Lambton

Port Franks

Georgian Bay

Bad River Channel
Beaverstone Bay
Bayfield Inlet
The Bustard Islands
Byng Inlet
Club Island
Collins Inlet
Collingwood
Dillon Cove
Honey Harbour
Killbear
Lion's Head
Meaford
Midland
Owen Sound
Parry Sound
Port Severn
Penetanguishene
Pointe Au Baril Station
Sans Souci
Snug Harbour
South Bay Cove
Thornbury
Tobermory, Ontario
Wasaga Beach
Wiarton
Wingfield Basin & Dyer Bay, Ontario
Victoria Harbor

 

North Channel

St. Clair River

Lakeland Boating Ports O' Call Lake... 

Lakeland Boating magazine, your guide to the Great Lakes, has compiled the definitive cruising resource for Great Lakes boaters. With full-color aerials and charts for every harbor on the lake, these guides are an indispensable fount of information. You'll be privy to the latest word on marinas, restaurants, attractions, activities and important boater amenities in each port--all presented in an attractive, well-organized design. You'll also get a feel for the personality of each harbor, making it easier to plan your next destination. Nobody knows the Great Lakes like Lakeland Boating ... and there is no one better to help you plan your next Great Lakes cruise.

 

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