About Michigan

Michigan

Michigan is in the upper Midwest and the heart of the Great Lakes region. It has many attractions, famous landmarks, and scenic state and national parks and forests. In addition to the “great ones”, it has about 12,000 inland lakes, 38 deep-water ports, more miles of coastline than any state but Alaska, and more lighthouses than any other U.S. state. Its agriculture features tourist-friendly fare such as cherries, blueberries, peaches, apples, and wine. And its cities include a major metropolis, some university towns, and countless rustic villages. The state is geographically unique, being comprised of two major peninsulas, and it can be further divided into five distinct areas. They are the Upper Peninsula, (known to Michiganders as "The U.P."), Northern Michigan (Big Rapids and Northwards), Western Michigan (along the sandy coast of Lake Michigan), Central Michigan or "Mid-Michigan" and the Southeast or "Downstate".

The Lower Peninsula has the majority of the population (primarily in the south), while the Upper Peninsula, separated by Lake Michigan and a bit of Lake Huron, is mostly rural. Until 1957, the only way to drive from one to the other was to go all the way around Lake Michigan, or take your car onto a ferry. Michigan's economy was previously dominated by the auto industry, but has diversified somewhat as that and other traditional manufacturing industries have moved their facilities elsewhere, and it's beginning to attract more information technology, life sciences, and high-tech manufacturing jobs. Tourism is a growing segment of the economy, focusing in winter on activities in the snow, and in summer on the State's extensive beaches, lakes, and rivers. Hunting, fishing, and sailing are also popular outdoor activities

 
$648,000
Lake Michigan Splendor! TBD County Rd 483, Garden, Delta County, MI. 1095653

Garden, Delta County, Michigan


Price Reduced! Lake Michigan Parcel with 4370+/- Feet of Frontage and 86.54+/- Acres of Woodland for sale! This property is located in Fairbanks Township which is located on the beautiful Garden Peninsula, in the Upper Peninsula's Delta County. On Lake Michigan's western facing Sand Bay harbor of Big Bay de Noc, this property is central to some exciting year-round activities. Notably, it is just about a mile south of the 711-Acre Fayette Historic Townsite. This well preserved ghost town of a bustling iron smelting community is located on the same harbor and it has large cliffs, a visitor center, a picnic area, and 20 historic buildings which were built post Civil-War, between 1867 and 1891. The park offers approximately 5 miles of hiking trails, which are groomed in the winter for cross-country skiing. Scuba Diving is allowed in Snail Shell Harbor on certain times of the day. A boat launching site, located between the campground and picnic area, is available for pleasure and fishing boats. (The protected waters of Snail Shell Harbor are deep enough for larger yachts and pleasure craft.) Open daily, from May 14 to October 23 - On the second Saturday of August, the park is transformed back to its glory days with period displays, food and music at the annual Heritage Day. The water at the shore of this property is very gradually deepening, so it’s a great place to swim, or perhaps launch your kayak or canoe. Lake Michigan is one of the five Great Lakes of North America and is the second-largest of the Great Lakes by volume and the third-largest by surface area. The word Michigan originally referred to the lake itself, and is believed to come from the Ojibwa word Mishi Gami meaning Great Water. Its ninety-some thousand acres of water offer a fisherman's dream come true. Add to this an aggressive fish management program and you have some of the best fishing in the USA. Off the shore, in the deeper waters of the Big Bay De Noc you can fish for Salmon, Trout, Walleye, Northern pike, Perch. Smallmouth bass. (Smallmouth bass draw anglers to Ogontz, South River, the Sand Pit, Tylene's Bay, Kate's Bay and Garden Bay. Go to Fairport for salmon.) If you are interested in hunting, the property has lots of signs of deer and this area is known for good hunting - Big Deer with Big Racks! About two miles to the east is additional walk-in access for hunting and trapping in thousands of acres of Lake Superior State Forest Lands. This is also a Paradise for Bird Watchers. Because many smaller birds won't cross bodies of water if they cannot see land on the other side, the chain of islands extending from Michigan's Garden Peninsula to Wisconsin's Door Peninsula allows birds to work their way south down the Peninsula, then island hop to Wisconsin - migrating up the peninsula in the spring, and down in the fall! This property has an easement for egress, ingress, and utility purposes, but the driveway from the County Road to the shoreline has not not been constructed. At this time you will want an Agent to help you with a walk-in tour of this property. Schedule your Visit Today!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

86.54 ACRES
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$74,900
Point Abbaye Wooded Lakefront Parcel, 11345 Liimatainen Rd., L'Anse, MI. 1095252

L'Anse, Baraga County, Michigan


This 4.11+/- Acre parcel is located near the northern tip of the Point Abbaye Peninsula, a 12.3-mile-long peninsula that juts out into Lake Superior. This boreal ecosystem is bounded by Keweenaw Bay on the west and Huron Bay on the east. Considered a very special place by the Ojibwa who fished, hunted, and camped here for generations, it remained mostly untouched until the late 1800s. The Hebard and Thurberg Lumber Company leased the peninsula in 1877 and began harvesting its old growth forests, and carrying the logs to the nearby sawmills at Pequaming. Today the thickly wooded second-growth forests are managed for production of pulpwood, and the shoreline is dotted with fine private homes and cottages, and vacant land parcels. The northern end of the Peninsula has Copper Country State Forest lands and the County of Baraga has a beautiful park located at the rugged, rocky tip. It takes about a half-hour drive over the twisty road to get there, but the view from the rugged sandstone shelf there is worth the drive! There are hiking trails, two outhouses, and a small campground for overnight camping. You might be able to see The Huron Island Light flashing from the rocky freshwater archipelago located about seven miles beyond the end of the peninsula. These islands are named the Huron Islands in honor of the Hurons who once lived in the area - and are called the Huron Island National Wildlife Refuge. Eight islands provide protected habitat for a wide variety of birds. You can take a private boat to Lighthouse Island for day hikes, and view Gull and Eagle nest on the smaller islands granite outcroppings and if you dive, shipwrecks are in this Preserve! The ancient Lake Superior sea beds have created some shear bluffs with high overlooks on both sides of the peninsula... And each side has its own special features. There are stunning sunset views on the west side, clear-day views of the Keweenaw Peninsula to the north, and those views of the Huron Islands and Huron Mountains from the east side. Lake Superior fishing for Salmon, Whitefish and Lake trout abounds on either side! The property offered for sale is on the narrow Huron Bay side of the peninsula. This cool water, deep bay is fed by many streams, creating superb Brook trout fishing. Walleye fishing is good, with some pike, perch, steelhead, smallmouth bass, and seasonal salmon fishing also available here. Another local pastime here is nature photography, and you'll have opportunities for that here year round! Whitetail deer, Black bear, Coyote, and Bald eagle sightings are common. The property is hidden away in a wilderness setting and is adjacent to hundreds of acres of Copper Country State Forest Lands, for walk-in access for hunting and trapping. The woodlands on this property consist primarily of mature Maple, Birch, White spruce, and Pine. The 256+/-foot shoreline of this property is a rock bluff, about 20-feet high. (You can launch a canoe or kayak at The Tip, about three-miles to the north, and paddle this beautiful, picturesque shoreline.) There is a good driveway from Liimatainen Road into a small clearing where you will find a fire ring, a bus converted into a cabin, and a small travel trailer converted into a sauna. If a secluded waterfront over-look parcel is in your dreams, schedule your appointment to view this property soon!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

4.11 ACRES
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$198,500
Private Fence Lake Lot in Michigamme, Michigan! Lot 8 N. Fence Lk Drive. 1109740

Michigamme, Baraga County, Michigan


This 11.3 Acre surveyed wooded parcel has 305 feet of frontage on a beautiful bay of the Upper Peninsula's Fence Lake! Fence Lake is a private, pristine spring fed lake that is 310 acres in size, has 50 foot depths, numerous coves and bays, and has four islands which are owned in common by the property owners. Water also enters from the northern end of the lake and exits into the Fence River, which flows southward for many miles, and enters the Michigamme Reservoir. The lake is a spectacular fishery, with Rainbow and Brown trout, Yellow perch, and trophy-sized Smallmouth bass. The lake is protected with covenants, limits on boat motor size, prohibition on jet skis, and specific quiet hours. Lot 8 is one of only 46 parcels on the lake - this limited number was designed to ensure minimal human impact on the environment, and the moose, bear, deer, loons, and eagles that call this land their home. This parcel has frontage on a small bay created by a point of land that juts out into the lake and trolling along this land formation provides some of the best Smallmouth bass catches! You can also launch your canoes or kayaks very easily from this parcel. Nearby there are two State Parks. It is an hour drive to Marquette, and there are there is good flight service from Sawyer International Airport to major US Cities. The parcel being offered for sale has a 68-Foot deep drilled well, 1000-Gallon Septic, Shed, and two locations for RV sewer, and electric hook-ups. There is a large, stone lined pathway to the lake shore. Everything is ready for enjoying the Secluded Shores of Fence Lake! Environmentally Sensitive Deed Restrictions to protect property values are in place. Underground power is available to each parcel off the main road. Gated Access - Call listing company for instructions.

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

11.30 ACRES
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$38,900
Lake Ruth Frontage in Upper Michigan! TBD US - 41, Michigamme, MI. 1094547

Michigamme, Baraga County, Michigan


This 0.8+/- Acre wooded parcel has 100' of water frontage on the southern end of Lake Ruth! It is located in the Three Lakes area of Spurr Township, in south-eastern Baraga County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Lake Ruth covers 192 acres, and has a maximum depth of 36 feet. There are some islands in the lake, and some nice bays and points to explore. On the western shore you will find a State Owned public access site with a hard-surfaced ramp to launch your boat. The clear water in this lake originates from the five streams that fill this water body. Ruth hosts a good number of Black crappie, Bluegill, Northern pike, Perch, Smallmouth and Rock bass, and Walleyes. Lake Ruth is connected by a channel to Beaufort Lake to the south, which is the largest lake of the Three Lakes Chain. It covers 462 acres and has a maximum depth of 35 feet. This lake also contains Northern pike, Perch, Smallmouth and Rock bass, and Walleyes. Further on to the south is Petticoat Lake. This lake is 73 acres in size and about 25 feet deep. It produces Northern pike, Perch, Pumpkinseed sunfish, Smallmouth bass, and some Walleye. Copper Country State Forest land touches the north shore of Lake Ruth, and other State of Michigan land borders the west shore, allowing access to hunting opportunities. Hunting and Wilderness Photo opportunities exist here for Beaver, Black bear, Bobcat, Coyote, Ruffed grouse, Varying hare, and Whitetail deer. Sightings of Moose are also possible in the area. The parcel has power and telephone available, off year-round highway frontage, on the south side. The Canal Town Creek flows through the property. For your convenience, there are cabin and motel rentals, a grocery-gas station, marine sales and service, snowmobile service and bar-restaurants close by. Trees Common In The Area Include: Balsam fir, Black spruce, Northern white-cedar, Paper birch, Quaking aspen, Red maple, White spruce and Yellow birch. If you are seeking a smaller parcel for your RV, Pull-Behind, or Tent, you should check this property out! Seller will consider Land Contract Offers. Please contact listing office for terms.

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

0.80 ACRES
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$64,900
Pequaming Charmer on Lake Superior! Parcel B Pequaming Rd., L'Anse, MI. 1094529

L'Anse, Baraga County, Michigan


This 2.9+/- Acre Parcel has approximately 261 Feet of Pequaming Bay frontage! An area filled with early Settler History, Pequaming Bay is part of Lake Superior's larger Keweenaw Bay, in L'Anse Township in north-central Baraga County. Once the site of a Native American village, the name of Pequaming is thought to be derived from bagwa (or pagwa) and additional words translated to become "at the shallow place". Pequaming is Michigan's best example of a tombolo (meaning Almost An Island), a geological term applied to an island type landform that is attached to the mainland by a narrow piece of land such as a spit or bar. The beach shoreline on both the west and east sides of this spit have become beautiful bays, great for recreation! The Native American village was gone by the time the first European settler, Trader Peter Crebassa, arrived in the 1830's. In the late 1870's the Village of Pequaming was founded and a lumber company built a mill here that produced 25-million board feet of lumber and 25-million shingles annually during the 1890's. Over 1,000 men were employed, 250 of whom worked at the mill. Many workers lived in neat company owned homes in the nearby Village. By 1910 most of the U.P.'s virgin pine was cut and the mill operation declined. About 1920 Henry Ford decided that the Ford Motor Company should control its own sources of raw materials, and began surveying land in the U.P., especially around L'Anse. Ford purchased 400,000 acres of land in the area including the mill and the town. Ford built railroads, modernized the mill, and remodeled the homes - equipping them with electricity and running water. The sawmill supplied the Rouge Plant in Lower Michigan, with wood for station wagons. The Ford era ended when automobile production reached a standstill during the Great Depression. But at the beginning of WWII the mills were reopened and operated 24-hours a day. The mills closed in 1942 and the lumber camps and village were abandoned. Today many original village buildings remain intact, and are viewed by tourists. Henry Ford's 5,000 Square Foot, 9-Bedroom, 6-Bath home in Pequaming can be rented for family gatherings. The property being offered for sale faces northward and has a view across the bay of the Hebard-Ford Powerhouse, the Ford Water Tower, and the Historic Ford 'Ol Town Marina and Campground. The parcel is flat, and sits about 20+ feet over the shoreline. You can build a stairway here for access to the water's edge. The water of this bay is great for wading, swimming, and boating. A good number of Walleye, Pike, Smallmouth bass, and Perch offer good fishing, and there is good Lake trout fishing in the bay throughout the season. You can hike or cycle from the property along the narrow road shoulder along the Pequaming Road, and enjoy a 7+/- mile trek to the L'Anse Waterfront Park and Village. There is walk-in access to thousands of acres of Corporate CFA and USA Lands nearby for hunting, trapping, and fishing. This area has wonderful outdoor recreation opportunities in every direction! There is year-round access, and power and telephone is available. Contact us for your Private Tour today! Township Land Division Approval will need to be obtained. (Adjacent to the eastern side of this parcel is a 7.39+/- Acre wooded parcel also available for sale - See MLS# 1084267 - and adjacent to the northern side of this parcel is a 2.9 +/- Acre waterfront parcel with 261-Feet of frontage also available for sale - See MLS#1094528) Seller will consider Land Contract Offers. Please contact listing office for terms.

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

2.90 ACRES
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$74,900
Charming Lake Superior Watefront property! Parcel A Pequaming Rd., 1094528

L'Anse, Baraga County, Michigan


This 2.7+/- Acre Parcel has approximately 261 Feet of Pequaming Bay frontage! An area filled with early Settler History, Pequaming Bay is part of Lake Superior's larger Keweenaw Bay, in L'Anse Township in north-central Baraga County. Once the site of a Native American village, the name of Pequaming is thought to be derived from bagwa (or pagwa) and additional words translated to become "at the shallow place". Pequaming is Michigan's best example of a tombolo (meaning Almost An Island), a geological term applied to an island type landform that is attached to the mainland by a narrow piece of land such as a spit or bar. The beach shoreline on both the west and east sides of this spit have become beautiful bays, great for recreation! The Native American village was gone by the time the first white settler, Trader Peter Crebassa, arrived in the 1830's. In the late 1870's the Village of Pequaming was founded and a lumber company built a mill here that produced 25-million board feet of lumber and 25-million shingles annually during the 1890's. Over 1,000 men were employed, 250 of whom worked at the mill. Many workers lived in neat company owned homes in the nearby Village. By 1910 most of the U.P.'s virgin pine was cut and the mill operation declined. About 1920 Henry Ford decided that the Ford Motor Company should control its own sources of raw materials, and began surveying land in the U.P., especially around L'Anse. Ford purchased 400,000 acres of land in the area including the mill and the town. Ford built railroads, modernized the mill, and remodeled the homes - equipping them with electricity and running water. The sawmill supplied the Rouge Plant in Lower Michigan, with wood for station wagons. The Ford era ended when automobile production reached a standstill during the Great Depression. But at the beginning of WWII the mills were reopened and operated 24-hours a day. The mills closed in 1942 and the lumber camps and village were abandoned. Today many original village buildings remain intact, and are viewed by tourists. Henry Ford's 5,000 Square Foot, 9-Bedroom, 6-Bath home in Pequaming can be rented for family gatherings. The property being offered for sale faces northward and has a view across the bay of the Hebard-Ford Powerhouse, the Ford Water Tower, and the Historic Ford 'Ol Town Marina and Campground. The parcel is flat, and sits about 20+ feet over the shoreline. The sand bank has a stairway that will bring you to the water's edge. A boat lift is located on the shore. The water of this bay is great for wading, swimming, and boating. A good number of Walleye, Pike, Smallmouth bass, and Perch offer good fishing, and there is good Lake trout fishing in the bay throughout the season. You can hike or cycle from the property along the narrow road shoulder along the Pequaming Road, and enjoy a 7+/- mile trek to the L'Anse Waterfront Park and Village. There is walk-in access to thousands of acres of Corporate CFA and USA Lands nearby for hunting, trapping, and fishing. This area has wonderful outdoor recreation opportunities in every direction! There is year-round access, and power and telephone is available. Contact us for your Private Tour today! Township Land Division Approval will need to be obtained. (Adjacent to the eastern side of this parcel is a 7.39+/- Acre wooded parcel also available for sale - See MLS# 1084267 - and adjacent to the southern side of this parcel is a 2.9 +/- Acre waterfront parcel with 261-Feet of frontage also available for sale - See MLS#1094529) Seller will consider Land Contract Offers. Please contact listing office for terms.

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

2.70 ACRES
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$60,800
Portage Lake Waterfront! Lot 45 Grosse Pte Shores Rd., Dollar Bay MI 1094324

Hancock, Houghton County, Michigan


This waterfront parcel is located on Torch Bay, which is on the Keweenaw Peninsula, which juts out into Lake Superior from the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The property is located on the south-eastern side of a kidney-shaped peninsula accessible through the village of Dollar Bay. Portage and Torch lakes wrap around it, defining its boundaries. This land mass is covered in new growth maple and birch forest, with some larger pines scattered through the area. To the north is the 2,700 Acre, 6 Mile long, 125 Foot deep) Torch Lake. Torch Bay wraps around the eastern side of the peninsula, and connects Torch Lake with Portage Lake. Portage Lake has a surface area of 9,640 Acres, and a maximum depth of 50 Feet. Portage Lake is connected to the portage built by the army corps of engineers to create a shortcut for marine traffic between Lake Superior on the western side of the Keweenaw Peninsula, and Lake Superior's Keweenaw Bay on its eastern side. This 22 mile waterway was completed in 1874 and allowed expansion of copper mining through shipping. Today The Portage-Torch Lake Chain, (also known as the Keweenaw Waterway) system of lakes and channels still provides for shipping, and ever-growing tourism opportunities! Anglers reel in 37 different species including walleye, pike, perch, bass (large and smallmouth), four kinds of suckers, eight kinds of minnows, two kinds of bullhead, two kinds of whitefish, two kinds of lamprey, brown, brook, and rainbow trout, Coho salmon, rock bass, sunfish, bluegill, crappie, burbot, carp, smelt, alewife, ruffe, and lake sturgeon. Sightings of sail boats, canoes, kayaks, and other water craft are common in the summer, and in the winter this system provides some excellent snowmobiling. The shoreline of this bay is lined by the quaint unincorporated settlements of Dreamland, Point Mills and Senter - and in some areas the wooded hills along this bay soar as high as 200 feet in height. These little towns are full of history! By the 1880s French-Canadian lumberjacks were working the native forests of the peninsula from a small settlement (Montreal) east of present-day Dollar Bay. The area became linked to the region’s mining industry at the turn of the century when two mining companies established stamp mills on Grosse Point, on Torch Bay, at the southwestern most area of the peninsula. Ore was shipped to both mills via a spur line of a railroad. An overland road provided access to a hillside site called Point Mills. Here dwellings were provided for workers and families. This village grew to contain several stores, two saloons, a hotel, livery, post office, and a school. Today the unincorporated village of Point Mills has approx. a dozen homes. Southeast of the village, the Arcadian and Centennial Mill encompasses a vast area. It began operation in 1899 and shut down in 1920. At one time the Copper Range Railroad provided service into the area, and provided access to the small industrial village of Senter. The Atlas Powder Company opened a company there in 1910, where explosives were created and stored. The tracks were removed and many company buildings were demolished in 1960. Five houses now exist on Senter Location Road, the only road in the village. Today Senter Road leads to new shoreline recreational properties built in the post-World War II period in a subdivision along East and North Grosse Pointe Shores. The property that is being offered for sale is part of a surveyed lot located in this subdivision, and has 193+/- Feet of Frontage on Portage Lake. The property is fully wooded with Spruce and Cedar trees, and has very gradual slope to the shoreline. There is power and telephone available at the road side. If you are seeking a waterfront parcel in a very historic area contact us for a Private Tour today!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

1.57 ACRES
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$185,000
Upper Michigan 320 Acre Recreational Property! Firesteel Rd, Greenland 1092802

Ontonagon, Ontonagon County, Michigan


This property is located in north-east Ontonagon County in Michigan's Upper Peninsula! The property is wooded, and has miles of trails throughout. There is a wildlife pond located on the property, which is part of a tributary system of the Flintsteel River. You can hunt Black bear, Whitetail deer, Grouse, Waterfowl, and other Wildlife on the property. To the north, east and south of the parcel are thousands of additional acres of Corporate CFA land, for walk in access to hunt, trap, or fish. A MI-Trale Organization sponsored Snowmobile Trail F runs along the Firesteel Road, between the Village of Ontonagon and Greenland, with access just a mile+ away from the property. If you are a history buff, about two miles away you will find the Adventure Mining Company. There you will find guided underground tours of one of the best preserved copper mines in Michigan. The property is only a 30 minute drive from Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park. The woodlands have moderate timber value. The property is located off a County maintained road, but access into the property will be seasonal, requiring that you travel in by snowmobile or tracked ATV type vehicle in the Winter. A legal easement is in place. Contact us to set up your appointment to see this great Western Upper Peninsula Recreation Land!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

320.00 ACRES
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$599,000
Escape to Mount Curwood! TBD Peshekee Grade Rd., Champion MI. 1092359

Michigamme, Baraga County, Michigan


Remote 640 Acre Upper Michigan Recreational Parcel! This wooded recreational property is location in L'Anse Township, in east-central Baraga County in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. It is in the heart of the wilderness and has a branch of the Peshekee River going through it! The Peshekee River flows through the northern and western section of the property. This river is a 31.1-mile-long river. The Peshekee River is stunning, with nature scenery along its banks and the water flowing gracefully down the river which attracts people from near and far. In the foothills of the Huron Mountains, the copper-hued water of this wilderness river flows past towering pines and tangles with rock cuts, boulders, and gravel beds. The Peshekee is rated a Class I-III rafting and kayaking river by the American Whitewater Association. This river supports many fish species, and is a highly regarded Brook trout river. It is a tributary of Lake Michigamme, and its waters flow via the Michigamme River and the Menominee River to Lake Michigan. (The West Branch of the Huron River (A Type 1 Fishing River) and six public access fishing lakes are close by.) Mount Curwood, the second highest point (1967 Ft.) in Michigan is just two miles to the west. The Kings of Industry played in this area - Three generations of descendants of Cyrus McCormick used this area for vacation retreats, and the Gate Way into the 16,850 acre McCormick Wilderness (part of the National Wilderness Preservation System since 1987) is about 9+/- miles southeast of this parcel! This is also the entrance into 3 miles of the North County Trail which, when completed, will be a 4,000 mile National Scenic Trail from New York to North Dakota. This trail will cross through seven northern States. This unspoiled forest area is studded with lakes, and is near the head waters of the Dead River, Huron River, Peshekee River, and the Yellow Dog River. The diverse ecological landscape serves as habitat for a variety of mammals and birds and is also known for Michigan Wildflowers. Beaver, Black bear, Fox, Mink, Moose, Otter, Squirrels, Snowshoe hare, Whitetail deer and Wolves are at home here - and Bald eagle, Loon, and Pileated Woodpecker sightings are common. Hunting for Trophy Black bear and Whitetail deer and Grouse is available on the property, as well as for upland game species. You can also take advantage of the walk in access from the northern border of this property to thousands of acres of Corporate CFA land for hunting, trapping and fishing. There is good Seasonal Access via the Peshekee Grade/Huron Bay Grade Road, which touches the north-eastern corner of the property. A select cut of marketable timber was done about 19 years ago. Trees common in the area include: American basswood, Balsam fir, Bigtooth aspen, Black ash, Black cherry, Black spruce, Eastern hemlock, Northern white-cedar, Quaking aspen, Red maple, Sugar maple, Tamarack,White spruce, and Yellow birch. Come backpack, camp, canoe, cross-country ski, fish, hike, hunt or snowshoe - there's something for every outdoor enthusiast here! This property is large enough to become a perfect Hunt Club or Corporate Retreat - Plan your tour today!

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

640.00 ACRES
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$149,900
Private Lake Lot on Upper Michigan's Fence Lake! Lot 25 Secluded Pt. Rd. 1092467

Michigamme, Baraga County, Michigan


Lot 25 is a 5.76 Acre wooded parcel which has 403 feet of frontage on a beautiful bay of the Upper Peninsula's Fence Lake! Fence Lake is a private, pristine spring fed lake that is located in Spurr Township, in eastern Baraga County. This parcel is located along the south-eastern shoreline of a large peninsula that juts out from the southern shore of Fence Lake - Trolling along this land formation provides some of the best Smallmouth bass catches! The lake is 310 acres in size, has 50-foot depths, numerous coves and bays, and has four islands which are owned in common by the property owners. Water also enters from the northern end of the lake and exits into the Fence River, which flows southward for many miles, and enters the Michigamme Reservoir. The lake is a spectacular fishery, with Rainbow and Brown trout, Yellow perch, and trophy-sized Smallmouth bass. The lake is protected with covenants, limits on boat motor size, prohibition on jet skis, and specific "quiet hours". Lot 25 is one of only 46 parcels on the lake - this limited number was designed to ensure minimal human impact on the environment, and the moose, bear, deer, loons, and eagles that call this land their home. Nearby there are two State Parks. There is power at the top of the private driveway into the property, and there is a nice clearing by the shoreline. It is an hour drive to Marquette, and there is good flight service from Sawyer International Airport to major US Cities. For Woodland Solitude Check Out the Secluded Shores of Fence Lake! Environmentally sensitive deed restrictions to protect property values. Underground power is available to each parcel off the main road. Gated Access - Call Listing Company for access instructions.

Tim Keohane , Great Lakes & Land Real Estate

5.76 ACRES
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