Presque Isle Harbor Association!
Located in Upper Northeast Michigan
The Presque Isle Harbor Association (PIHA) is a true four-seasons, self-managed, residential community
nestled along the rugged and pristine shoreline of northwestern Lake Huron. The Association
offers an excellent, unspoiled environment of woods, water, and many other natural resources.
With easy, daily access to activities and events in Alpena, Rogers City, Cheboygan, and Petoskey, it is ideally suited for persons whose employment or retirement situation would allow them to
settle in a community that takes them away from the "hustle and bustle" of most urban areas.
Presque Isle is truly a "diamond-in-the-rough" that can be found on the Huron shores of
Northeast Lower Michigan. The association is open to all parties who own properties within the development.
Association amenities include a clubhouse with indoor pool, exercise equipment, activity room, game spaces, and meeting rooms; two beach houses, three beaches (one with boat rental),
launching facilities on both Grand Lake and Lake Huron; a campground with full facilities, and a camper pavilion. There is a thriving community recreational and social
program as well. For the summer and winter sports enthusiast, the Association has miles of hiking/snowmobile/cross country ski
trails. Nearby, on State land, are many more miles of groomed and ungroomed ski and snowmobile trails.
Presque Isle Michigan
Located on the shores of Lake Huron in Northeastern Michigan, Presque Isle offers the only natural harbor on Lake
Huron as well as two protected anchorages and a new Waterways marina. Wildlife abounds in Presque Isle, including deer, bear, fox, coyote, bald eagle, loon, raccoon, and a host of other small forest wildlife. Many rare and
endangered plant species live among the normal plant life common to limestone bedrock. Fossils lay scattered over
the Lake Huron shoreline. And the night sky is a striking sight that is seldom seen anywhere else in Michigan.