Turnip Rock, Lake Huron (Michigan, USA)


Turnip Rock is a large turnip-shaped rock-island located in Lake Huron. The unique shape is the result of thousands of years of erosion by storm waves. Twenty-foot-high trees and other vegetation have grown at the top of the isolated rock. The surrounding land is privately owned, so visitors can only view the rock via boat or over the frozen lake in the winter.

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