The sparkling blue waters of Lake Huron cottages splash on to some of the best sandy beaches in Ontario and offer breathtaking views of the sun as it sets in the west.
It is the second largest of the Great Lakes, has the longest shoreline of the Great Lakes, and is the third largest fresh water lake on earth. These impressive stats make it possible for Lake Huron to offer first-class nature parks, native arts and culture, outdoor attractions, boat tours, sandy beaches, wonderful waterfalls and large lighthouses to visit. Discover exciting fresh water sailing and boating areas and enjoy the quiet serenity of a secluded anchorage or the comforts of a full-service marina with docks, fuel and launch ramps to accommodate visiting boats of almost any length.
Fishing on Lake Huron is excellent. If you are looking for trout, the Rainbow Trout or Steelhead is the most common to catch, although Brown Trout and Lake Trout are also abundant. The cold, clear and deep water is the perfect environment for salmon to thrive. Chinook Salmon, Coho and Pink Salmon are all plentiful. Its uniqueness and colour is unsurpassed and lake is filled with pure, pristine and natural surroundings in this outdoor playground! Any stay on this Great Lake will leave a family vacation in awe for many years wanting to return regulaily to Lake Huron Cottages.