Sebewaing is in Huron County, and in the Central Region. This community is located north of Bay City on State Hwy 25 off of the banks of Lake Huron at Crooked Creek Marina.
Rev. John F. J. Auch, a Lutheran minister from Ann Arbor, brought his group here to Sebewaing in 1845. He was looking for good farmland for a settlement and planned on practicing his missionary work among the Indians. The village was first spelled Sibbewaing, an Indian name for crooked creek.
Sebewaing, pronounced See-ba-wing, is well known for its great walleye fishing and the annual Sugar Festival. It is also host to the Luckhard Museum and the Great Lakes Lore Maritime Museum.
Crooked Creek Marina offers 125 boat slips and the new county park has 30 campsites situated on 14 acres of land that rests next to the Sebewaing River.