Huron is a welcoming place for people who love the outdoors. Coffee shops and cafes open before the sun rises because farmers, pheasant hunters and fishermen share a love for early starts. Nobody looks twice if you’re wearing camouflage, whether it’s Sunday morning church or Friday night at a watering hole. You’ll notice that farming and ranching is more than just economics, it’s a way of life that influences business, arts, entertainment and culture. The James River flows through the east side of Huron, while the west is bordered by the 190-acre state fairgrounds. In between are 13,200 friendly people who happily welcome visitors, no matter how early you rise in the morning.