Numerous Huron County beaches are at the tip of Michigan’s “Thumb”. With over 90 miles of shoreline, the Upper Thumb has some of the best sugar sand beaches in the state. From Port Austin west to Caseville families can find numerous parks, waterfront summer rentals, and campgrounds. You can even camp right on the beach waterfront at Port Crescent State Park the historical location of a long lost lumbering town.
We found some wonderful videos are part of a promotional campaign produced by Huron County Economic Development Corporation. They are short and highlight the best aspects of our wonderful area. Worth a look if you’re trying to find a new favorite Huron County beach. If you think this is pretty good stuff please Like and Share
The western edge of Huron County in Michigan’s Thumb is blessed with some of the finest waterfront beaches in Michigan. With few rocks and the comparatively gentle waves of Saginaw Bay, the entire shoreline is ideal for families. In some cases, they call it the “baby beach”.