Lake Huron is one of the five Great Lakes of North America. It is bounded on the east by Ontario, Canada and on the west by Michigan, USA. The name of the lake is derived from early French explorers who named it based on the Huron people inhabiting the region.
Turnip Rock - Being located at the shores of Lake Huron, near Michigan, most people don’t even know this place exists. Turnip rock is one of the most impressive places you could ever visit.Turnip Rock was eroded by water over thousands of years, giving it this unique shape.
What is even more interesting is that on top of it there is rich vegetation and even some big trees.You can get to the rock only by boat or kayak. In the winter time most of the lake is frozen."The Pointe Aux Barques (PAB) trail is our most popular. This trail follows along the shallow, mostly undeveloped shore to some of the most majestic rock formations in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan. Along the way you will see may bird species and possibly an eagle or two. Once at PAB you will see rock cliffs, sea caves and Turnip Rock. This trip can be done in three hours if you hurry. If you want to take it slow and relaxed you will have to rent for the day. Tandem kayak are not allowed to Turnip Rock. They are only allowed on the Broken Rocks trail."