Wooded Recreational Acreage 1121715
Keweenaw Bay, Baraga County, Michigan
MICHIGAN WOODED RECREATIONAL PARCEL FOR SALE! This property is located in north-western Baraga County, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan - in an area known for outdoor wilderness recreation. The closest Village three miles to the North-East is Arnheim. Arnheim was a station on the Duluth, South Shore and atlantic Railroad, about midway between L'Anse and Houghton. It's first post office opened in the 1900s, and after opening and closing a few times, it closed permanently in 1951. There are small seasonal creeks on the property which are tributaries to the Sturgeon River which is less than a mile to the east. This 106-Mile long river begins near Nestoria in southern Baraga County, and flows north-westerly through the copper County State Forest, the Ottawa National State Forest, and then discharges into Portage Lake of Lake Superior. Parts of the river have been added to the National Wild and Scenic River System, and is classified as a Blue Ribbon Trout Stream. This river features falls, rapids, ponds, oxbows, and terraces and views of eagles and osprey. Four miles due East is Lake Superior! Just a few miles away is access to the Sturgeon River Sloughs State Wildlife Area which has a nature trail through a managed waterfowl/wildlife area made up of marshes, fields and forests. You will be able to spot some of the area's abundant wildlife ranging from waterfowl to deer to raccoons. About two miles the west the property is Otter Lake, a 890-Acre, 29 foot deep lake that is knows for Northern pike, Walleye, Small mouth bass, and Crappie fishing. There is Corporate CFA Land on the East, South, and West borders of the property. There is walk-in access available "In Season" for hunting, fishing, and trapping. The Balsam fir, Bigtooth aspen, Eastern hemlock, Paperbirch, Quaking aspen, Red maple, Sugar maple, White spruce and Yellow birch found on this property provide beautiful views during fall color season, and provide habitat for the whitetail deer, mink, snow shoe hare, beaver, fisher, fox, black bear, and ruffed grouse, woodcock, and waterfowl that live in the area. It was last logged in 1992, so there may be some timber value. The Corners are marked on the property, and there are a couple of logging trails through the property. An old (1960s) trailer on the property has no value. The Seller had a septic evaluation done in 2015. Electricity is located along the road side. This parcel is just waiting for some one who enjoys the "Great Outdoors".
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