- Lake Huron
- In North America, it is the second largest in width between large US-Canada lakes. It is surrounded by Canada’s Ontario province in the North, and Michigan in the south and west. Took the name of Huron, who lived in the region. It’s called French explorers.
- The deepest part of the lake is 230 meters. It is connected to the Sainte-Marie River in the northwest by Superior, to the southwest by the Mackinac Strait to Michigan, and to the south by the Saint-Clair River and Saint Clair Lakes. It has an area of 59,800 kilometers. Water transport on the lake is very crowded. Iron ore, wheat and oil transport are very common. This lake is the most abundant island in the world.
- Skiing and ice skating are on the edge. The US-Canada border passes through the lake. The Georgian Bay is also connected to this lake.
- Lake Huron is 200 meters above sea level. There is a lot of fish in the water. It is usually covered with ice from December to April. It’s a violent storm.
- The main economic activities in the area where the lake is located are lumbering and fishing. There are many holiday areas on the coast. St. Lawrence has extensive sea traffic as part of the waterway. Amount of limestone is transported from the Rockport and Rogers ports of Michigan. Some other ports; Cheboygan, Alpena, Bay city and Harbor Beach in Michigan; Collingwood, Midland, Tiffin, Port McNicoll and Depot Harbor in the Gulf of Georgia.
- The first time Europeans discover what they discover in the Great Lakes region. French explorers named Samuel de Champlain and Etienne Brûle arrived in the Gulf of Georgia via the Ottawa and Mattawa rivers in 1615.