With the longest U.S. freshwater coastline and 83 state-sponsored harbors, boating the Great Lakes brings endless opportunities. Put your next boating trip on the books with these helpful resources.
The Michigan Harbors Guide contains information on public harbor locations, amenities, contact info, information on how to make reservations and more. An aerial photograph is included for each location.
This guide is not intended for navigational use. Please refer to your lake charts as a guide for navigational information. For information or assistance on this publication, contact the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, P.O. Box 30257, Lansing, MI 48909.
STAY OVERNIGHT AT A HARBOR
Public harbors marked by a green circle on the map below accept reservations up to 6 months in advance via the online reservation system. Additionally, public harbors marked by a blue triangle accept reservations by calling the harbor directly. If you click on any harbor location, you'll be linked to that page in the Harbor Guide, where you can find contact information, reservation info, amenities and more.
Please note: As of 2020, check-out time has been changed from 1 p.m. to 11 a.m.