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Land for sale in Three Lakes Michigan

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$114,900 120 acres
TBD Off Craig Lake Rd, Three Lakes, MI 49861 - Baraga County

Running Bear Hills

Upper Michigan Vacant Land! If you are seeking a remote, back country experience this 120 acre wooded parcel is for you! Located within the Copper Country State Forest in Michigan's Upper Peninsula - It is just south of the 6,983 Acre Craig Lake State Park - Wilderness Area. There you will have access to quiet, non-motorized, no live-bait, lakes inhabited by Largemouth bass, Muskie, Northern pike, Perch, Smallmouth bass, Trout, and Walleye. A small creek, from Deer Lake, runs through the property and flows into Craig Lake. In the heart of Moose Country - Bald eagles, Black bear, Beavers, Common loons, Fox, Moose, Timber wolves, and White-tailed deer frequent the area. There is a good seasonal road to the property and it is gated for pr
Tim Keohane Great Lakes and Land Real Estate Company
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$105,000 160 acres
TBD S of Nestoria Rd, Three Lakes, MI 49861 - Baraga County

Moose Country 1/4 Section of Land

 Upper Michigan Recreational Land for Sale - This Quarter Section of wooded recreational land is located in "Moose Country", in Spurr Township, in South-West Baraga County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. It is adjacent to thousands of acres of Corporate CFA land and the Copper Country State Forest! There is public walk-in access to these lands for hunting, trapping, and fishing. An area known for Black bear, Bobcat, Coyote, Fisher, Hare, Racoon , Ruffed grouse, Moose and Whitetail deer sightings - it is a great hunting area. It is close to the Lateral Creek, Tioga River and Beaufort & George Lakes where there is blue gill, crappie, large mouth bass, northern pike, pumpkin seed sunfish and walleye fishing. Located a few miles up the wood
Tim Keohane Great Lakes and Land Real Estate Company
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$55,500 65 acres
Nestoria Creek US41 W, Three Lakes, MI 49861 - Baraga County

Nestoria Creek US41 W

65 acres with M28 highway frontage just West of Ruth Lake in Three Lakes. This parcel has a number of potential uses. Three Lakes is a great recreation area all kinds of outdoor activities. The highway frontage is build able making it a possible commercial site. Three Lakes is home to several nice inland lakes with significant development on each. This provides a market for multiple business types. Nestoria creek flows through the parcel before entering Ruth Lake and the parcel adjoins the Copper Country State Forest.
Bob Sullivan Northern Michigan Land Brokers
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$39,900 0.8 acres
TBD US-41, Three Lakes, MI 49861 - Baraga County

Ruth Lake Charmer

Michigan Lakefront Lot For Sale! This 0.8+/- Acre wooded parcel has 100' of water frontage on the southern end of Ruth Lake! It is located in the Three Lakes area of Spurr Township, in south-eastern Baraga County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Ruth Lake 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 Beauf
Tim Keohane Great Lakes and Land Real Estate Company
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$18,500 0.67 acres
Lots 59-60-61 Maple Drive, Three Lakes, MI 49861 - Baraga County

Petticoat Lake Views

Upper Michigan Building Lots with view of Petticoat Lake For Sale! They are located in Three Lakes, an area of south-eastern Baraga County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. This property is made up of three Lots (59, 60 and 61), with a combined size of .674 Acres. The property is part of a subdivision created around Petticoat Lake in the 1950s. This is a private lake, with no public access. Petticoat covers over 70-Acres, and is about 25 to 30 feet deep. The irregularly shaped lake has two miles of shoreline with several bays and coves. These contours provide food, shelter, and spawning areas for its Crappie, Northern pike, Yellow Perch, Pumpkinseed sunfish, Rock bass, Smallmouth bass, and Walleye. The water warms up in the summer for some gr
Tim Keohane Great Lakes and Land Real Estate Company