Recreation & Entertainment
Huron has a wide variety of outdoor activities available for all ages, from hunting and fishing to spending time on beautiful Lake Byron or at the James River. Walking trails extend from Riverside Park to the north end of Memorial Park and circle Ravine Lake. The Maga TaHohpi Waterfowl Protection Area is a place of peace and tranquility where visitors can renew an intimate tie with nature.
There are plenty activities for families to enjoy such as mini-golf, disc golf at Memorial Park, bowling, catching a movie, walking on the trails or picnicking in the park. The Nordby Center for Recreation offers indoor activities, including a track, weight room, tennis, basketball, volleyball and racquetball courts.
If a water sport is your preference, you can swim at the Nordby Center or the Splash Central Waterpark. Ravine Lake Recreation Area will surely give you a fun filled day with swimming, paddle boats and skiing.
Sports enthusiasts can enjoy both indoor and outdoor courts and fields for basketball, soccer, tennis, volleyball, and more. View Sports Venues.
Huron offers two fine 18-hole golf courses and one 9-hole course and for those who golf strictly for fun, we have an 18-hole mini-golf course located on Ravine Lake.
For winter fun you can enjoy many things in Huron, like indoor ice skating at the Bergman Arena, or stop by Toboggan Hill located at Sixth and Lawnridge to sled for hours of family fun! Huron also offers 73 miles of groomed snowmobile trails which extend way beyond its borders as it connects with other trail systems throughout the state.