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They are not called the Great Lakes for nothing. Consider booking an RV rental to Lake Huron to be wowed by its size alone than by the surrounding natural world. Lake Huron spans from Ontario’s Georgian Bay to Michigan’s Saginaw Bay. If you’re up for it, spend the day across the lake in Sarnia, ON and make your way back stateside for some Lake Huron RV camping. Be sure you have your passport in the RV.

Of the Great Lakes, Lake Huron is currently the second-largest at 23,000 square-miles. French explorers originally deemed the lake “ La Mer Douce,” which translates to “the freshwater sea.” Lake Huron’s water replenishing source is a combination of major lakes Superior and Michigan along with various smaller rivers, before carrying the water over to Lake Erie. Lucky for you, the directions to get your RV rental to the shores of Lake Huron are far less complicated than the waterways.

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Getting Outdoors

Given its sheer size, there are lots of activities to engage in and around Lake Huron. Whether on the US or Canada side, there are ample beach areas open to the public that allows for some good old fashion splashing. The weather can have a typical lake effect on the area, so be sure to check conditions for safety purposes before wading out and stay within the allotted swim zones.

If you have access to a boat, even better! This will allow you to really get out on the lake and appreciate everything that Lake Huron is. Boating companies offer tours and dinner cruises as well depending on your Lake Huron RV camping needs. There are also paddleboard, kayak, and canoe rentals available for those that prefer to travel at a slower pace.

Fishing is in no short supply, something to keep in mind while you're planning your motorhome rental trip to Lake Huron. Pack those rods and either find a spot onshore or try your luck in the deeper waters via boat. Salmon, trout, walleye, and bass are all notable catches depending where on the lake you cast your line.

Where there are large bodies of fresh water, there’s almost always going to be a wood expanse nearby. Lake Huron is no exception. There are trails for all ages and experience levels that’ll keep you close to the water or deeper into the forests. The quick mile long or so loops are great post-swim options to help you dry off a little before hopping back in your RV rental. While the longer hikes are a perfect sweat-inducing workout only to be rewarded by a dip in the water.

No matter your preferred outdoors activity, camping near Lake Huron will satisfy it all. And, don’t feel pressured to lift an arm, relaxing on the beach is always a fabulous way to spend the day.

Camping at Lake Huron

On the US side, Port Huron, MI, and Tawas City have the most options for lake access when visiting the area with your camper rental. The parks here have full hookups for your RV with easy access to the surrounding town and, of course, Lake Huron. Onsite, expect to find modern amenities to keep you clean without taking away from the camping experience. The kids can enjoy the open spaces and playgrounds to burn off whatever energy they have left.

When you are staying at Lake Huron on the Ontario side, you also will have a plethora of perspective campsite to cater to your RV rental camping needs. Whether the classic camping intrigues you or taking it easy in a resort environment, you should have no problem finding accommodations in Ontario.

Exploring the Area

Considering that Lake Huron connects a wide variety of towns, you’ll have quite the options when it comes to getting out on the town. The hardest part will be choosing which area to explore.

A fun tidbit about Lake Huron is its Lighthouses. They serve an important function and act as landmarks to visitors. Every year, Port Huron hosts Michigan’s Lighthouse Festival. The festival aims to draw attention and appreciation to the state’s lighthouses. The three-day event holds various activities at different lighthouses.

Within Michigan alone, there are a handful of port cities and bay areas that bring the lake life into the city. Spend the afternoon meandering through the markets and the shops. Enjoy an evening stroll along the water after a nice dinner comprised of locally sourced foods. Find the education centers to take a deep dive into Lake Huron’s history and its current economic benefits.

As far as Ontario goes, you also have plenty of town options. The largest city on the lake would be Sarnia and is a great city escape. There are several attractions with various exhibits for all ages. Take a gander at the art galleries and theater for some sure-fire entertainment.

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