Named for the Huron Indians who lived on its shores, Lake Huron is one of the Great Lakes. It lies on the international boundary between Canada and the United States, separating Michigan and Ontario. Its waters are at the same level as Lake Michigan and are only slightly lower than Lake Superior. The two most important islands in Lake Huron are Mackinac Island in Michigan and Manitoulin Island in Ontario. Lake Huron drains into the St Clair River at its southernmost point, which is between Port Huron in Michigan and Sarnia in Ontario.