About Huron Shores Home Residents About Huron Shores Welcome to Huron Shores in Northern Ontario. Along the beautiful North Shore of Lake Huron and gateway to the Mississagi River Valley, you will find: Little Rapids, Sowerby, Dayton, Iron Bridge, Dean Lake and other historical hamlets. With a long history of farming, logging, and aggregate extraction; Huron Shores is the result of the 1999 amalgamation of the former Village of Iron Bridge, the Townships of Thessalon, Thompson and Day and Bright Additional, and the unincorporated geographic townships of Bright and Gladstone. Outdoor enthusiasts will find a myriad of choices: water-based adventures from fishing, to boating and paddling routes; to cycling, birding, wildlife viewing and much more. Huron Shores brings recreation-based tourism to life within the municipality throughout the year! Take a drive and visit our many parks; check out the explosion of colour in the Fall or spectacular pristine whites in the Winter. A photographers’ paradise! We hope you will explore the many features that Huron Shores has to offer! Distance from major centres: Sault Ste. Marie (Ontario): 117 km / 73 milesSudbury: 192 k, / 119 milesToronto: 581 km / 361 miles Click to enlarge Huron Shores is the entrance to the Mississagi Delta Nature Reserve, marking the mouth of the largest river flowing into Lake Huron. During the salmon run, the Mississagi River sees a significant increase in the eagle population; and is one of the only areas in Ontario where this occurs. Check out our Points of Interest for even more local features or view our gallery for just a few images of what Huron Shores has to offer! Eagle at Dean Lake – Photo: Rose Bailey Sowerby Round Barn Eagle Family – Photo: Rose Bailey Iron Bridge Sandbar – Photo: Rose Bailey Harris Creek Iron Bridge Museum There is a new and exciting adventure in every season!