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Lake Michigan Boating and Marina Links


Great Lakes

       

Michigan

Arcadia
Acme
Bay Harbor
Beaver Island

Benton Harbor
Boyne City
Cherlevoix
East Jordan
Elk Rapids
Escanaba
Fayette
Frankfort
Gladstone
Grand Haven

Grand Traverse Bay
Harbor Springs
Indian River
Leland
Holland
Ludington
Pentwater

Petoskey
Port Sheldon
Portage Lake

Manistee
Maistique
Muskegon
NorthPort
New Buffalo
Omena / Suttons Bay
Oconto Harbor
Petoskey
S. Manitou Island
St. Joseph/Benton Harbor
Saugatuck

South Haven
Suttons Bay
Traverse City
White Lake

Indiana

East Chicago
Hammond
Michigan City
Portage

Illinois

Chicago
Grant Lakes Navel Training Center
Waukegan
Wilmette
Winthrop Harbor

Wisconsin

Algoma
Bailey Harbor
Door County
Egg Harbor
Eillison Bay
Ephraim
Fish Creek
Green Bay
Kenosha
Rowleys Bay
Sheboygan
Sister Bay
Sturgeon Bay
Two Rivers
Washington Island

 

Lake Michigan third largest (22,178 sq mi/57,441 sq km) of the GREAT LAKES, fifth largest lake in the world, and largest freshwater lake entirely within the U.S. It is 307 mi (494 km) long and 30-120 mi (48-193 km) wide, with a surface elevation of 581 ft (177 m) and a maximum depth of 923 ft (281 m), and it is joined to Lake Huron by the Straits of Mackinac. Chicago and Milwaukee are major lakeshore cities, and Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore (est. 1966) borders the southern shore. Discovered in 1634 by the French explorer Jean Nicolet, the lake passed to England in 1763 and to the U.S. as part of the NORTHWEST TERRITORY in 1796.

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