Lake Huron is home to The Straits of Mackinac, Mackinac Island, Round Island, and The Mackinac Bridge. It is one of the 5 Great Lakes, and boasts the largest coastline of the 5. While this means the average depth of Lake Huron is relatively low, deptch gets up to 750 ft. maxium.
Glacial ice melt at the end of the latest Ice Age caused the formation of Lake Huron and all of our Great Lakes. It also started carving out the framework for future majestic rock formations like Arch Rock & Devil's Kitchen; these spectacular monuments were forged and refined by wind and wave over tens of thousands of years .
There is nothing quite like the serenity of paddling The Great Lakes and the Straits of Mackinac via kayak, canoe, or SUP: it is an adventure not to be missed! With our guided tours, you can experience first-hand the majestic beauty of Pure Michigan while you explore Lake Huron and marvel at expanses of forested and rocky coastline.