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Huron River

Huron River in Winter
The Huron River has long played an important role in the Milford Community. First serving as a source of power for local industry, the river now serves as a home for a variety of recreational opportunities, including fishing, canoeing, kayaking, bird watching, and more. With the Milford Trail and many local and area state parks located along the river, it is also a prominent feature enjoyed by hikers, bicyclist, runners, and equestrians.

2022 Huron River No Contact Advisory

The State of Michigan Department of Health & Human Services lifted the no contact advisory for the Huron River as of August 12, 2022. For additional information, reports, maps, and data, please visit

**IMPORTANT NOTE: The Village does NOT get drinking water from the river.**

Oakland County Health Division Information Page - this page has daily updates from EGLE, a section for FAQs, contact information for additional questions, and more.

Huron River Water Trail
The Huron River in the Village also serves as a connection to the Huron River Water Trail, a 104-mile inland paddle sports trail that flows all the way to Lake Erie.