The Huron River National Water Trail was designated as one of the first State Water Trails by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) in partnership with the Office of the Great Lakes at the end of 2018. The program is intended to recognize communities and partners that connect people to outdoor recreation. To be […]
A Paddler’s Journey – Ron Sell’s 2013 River Expedition A little over 20 years ago, Joan Martin (Huron River Watershed Council Adopt-A-Stream emeritus) had the wonderful idea of getting a bunch of people together and paddling the whole length of the Huron River. After a year of planning, getting dozens of people involved and communities […]
Let our newly released “Paddling the Huron River Water Trail” short documentary featuring three different sections of the river inspire your summer paddling adventures. Watch It Here.
The Huron River has been designated as the 18th trail of the National Water Trails System, joining a network of national exemplary water trails from Puget Sound to the Hudson River. Details here.
The Huron River Water Trail is a 104-mile (167 km) inland paddling trail connecting people to the river’s natural environment, its history and the communities it touches in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula. From the rapids at Delhi and Dexter to the placid flat water at the entrance to Lake Erie, a variety of paddling experiences await you. For […]