Which is the best Great Lake and why is it Lake Huron?
State or Province;
Lake you're close to
What's there to do?
I live in niagara on the lake
Lake Ontario is trash but the Niagara river is chill af. This summer me and my friends did a twelve km float to the mouth of the river.
Lake Erie is bretty good if you know the right beaches.
Lake Huron is based though, tobermory is GOAT
I used to live in the UP so I'm a bit biased.
Biased Minnesotan, but I like superior a lot. I've also lived next to lake michigan in wi and it was nice, no superior though. Killer sunrises.
Pic related, lake superior north
There is a reason Superior is names Superior.
I live in northern MN now but I used to live on the south shore in WI. Tons of shit to do there and high tier fishing everywhere you look.
The lake I live on now is Kabetogama, which is a great big rock bowl filled with water. Islands fucking everywhere to camp on, great smallmouth and pike fishing, quail and grouse all over to hunt, and I can sneak into Canada any time.
I need to get a good canoe and pack up with one of those oldfag canoeists so I can learn how to get to all the connected water. A guy could probably /out/ in the boundary waters his whole life and never be bored.
Also, the hell with moose I hate moose.
Lake St. Clair is obviously the best.
I'm not sure how much claim to "great Lakes "any other state/province can really make. Also: fuck ontario.
I would say Superior, Huron, Michigan, Ontario, Erie. I live half a mile from Lake Ontario, kayak a lot and sail when I can, also spent summers as a kid at my aunt's cottage on Georgian Bay.
Was a bit windy and wavy today, the kitefaggots and surfers were out.