Huron County is located in the tip of the Thumb of Michigan and has over 90 miles of beaches, from White Rock on Lake Huron to Sebewaing on the Saginaw Bay.
Resorts, motels, marinas, restaurants, museums and attractions stretch across the coastline.
Huron County has more shoreline parks than any other county. Rich farmland inland produces beans, sugar beets and grain, including most of the world's supply of navy beans. Bad Axe, the county seat, is centrally located and has the largest and most complete shopping choices in the Thumb.
Nearby Ports of Call - Within 25 miles by Water - View Map
Huron County boasts some of Michigan's best sportfishing and recreational waters. Often called the Perch Capital of Michigan, Caseville's inner bay contains 300,000 shallow sandy acres.
The Outer Bay, however, with depths to 90 feet and countless reefs, offers excellent walleye, salmon, and lake trout fishing. The Charity Islands located in the Outer Bay have a reputation of producing limit catches from the surrounding deep water reefs.