Lake Huron was called lake Huron because of the unique First Nations group huron.
Lake Huron is an individual lake. It's not on any lake.
Lake Erie is South of Lake Huron
Lake Huron is larger.
Lake Huron is a proper name. You can make any sort of sentence using a proper name. You might say "Lake Huron is nice." You could say "I have been to Lake Huron." You might even say "Lake Huron is big."
Lake Huron is in the province of Ontario. Lake Huron is the 2nd largest Great Lake by surface area and the 5th largest freshwater lake in the world.
lake huron. Lake Superior is above wisconsin
lake Huron is located in Michigan
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Yes, Lake Huron is one of the Great Lakes!
it is not a lake, in fact Lake Michigan and Lake Huron are separated by The Straits of Mackinac
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Lake Huron is about 65 degrees. I would recommend you go to lake Michigan.
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Lake Huron is on the eastern side of Michigan, between Michigan and Ontario. The southern end of the lake is Port Huron/Sarnia, where Huron meets the St Claire River, and the northern end of the lake is the Mackinac Bridge (pronounced "Mackinaw") where Lake Huron meets Lake Michigan. On the East-NorthEast side of the lake it connects to the St Mary's river and Sault Ste Marie and Lake Superior.
No. Lake Huron is almost 60 times larger than Lake Pontchartrain.
Lake Superior drains into Lake Huron through the St Marys River.
Lake Michigan-Huron with an area of 45,410 square miles
the average depth of lake huron is 59 m.
Engagements on Lake Huron happened in 1814-09.
Michigan is located between Lake Huron and Lake Michigan, they both are in Michigan.
I believe that you are referring to Lake Huron and Lake Erie would be it's neighbor.