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Burns Harbor is a town in Westchester Township, Porter County, Indiana, United States on the shores of Lake Michigan in Northwest Indiana. It is part of the Chicago metropolitan area.
Burns Harbor was founded in 1966. The town took its name from a local port which was named for the harbor’s promoter Randall W. Burns. Burns Harbor is located at 41°36′53″N 87°07′28″W. Burns Harbor has a total area of 6.78 square miles, of which 6.66 square miles is land and 0.12 square miles is water.