FUN STUFF in Huron County, MI - from antiques and art trails to lighthouses, golf courses and much more...
Treasures are waiting, so check this list and hit the road.
We have the talent, so get on the trail to find that one-of-a-kind piece of pottery, painting, photograph, and more. See BROCHURES tab above.
Saturday mornings are meant for adventuring at our two local farm markets. With Port Austin voted a Top Ten Farm Market in Michigan, and Pigeon as the heart of our farm country, your sure to find local, fresh produce and so much more.
There are a variety of golf offerings for every talent and interest. 18 and 9 hole courses, par 3 and driving ranges, and if course mini golf fun.
Standing tall against the shores of Lake Huron, three lighthouses offer a glimpse of maritime life of yesteryear. Harbor Beach Lighthouse is now open for summer tours, Point aux Barques Light in Port Hope is home to a unique maritime museum, while the Port Austin Reef Light stands as a sentinal offshore. See BROCHURES tab above.
Huron City Museum shows a glimpse of 19th century living, maritime and the lumbering industry. Frank Murphy Museum is the boyhood home of our former governor. The Port Hope Chimney stands as a beacon and survivor of the Great Fire of 1881. Browse through these and more. Also, see BROCHURES tab above.
New release movies are featured in historic downtown locations around the county. Two local community theater groups offer live theater productions throughout the year. Explore these are more.
Some indoor entertainment for the rainy days, cold days, or just because days.
If you haven't seen it on our FUN STUFF list above, check out these hot spots for some more fun in the sun.