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The Bear Paw Inn! This family-owned and family-oriented Waterfront Motel is located on The Three Lakes Chain, in south-eastern Baraga County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The beautiful highly visible property includes an abundant play space, fire pit, and several picnic tables for outdoor relaxing - and the property has 350 feet of waterfront on a canal that connects to three lakes. You can fish from the dock, and launch your fishing boat, kayak or canoe there! In the calm and shallow waters right off the shoreline you practice paddling, and hunt for turtles sunbathing on sunken logs. Swimming is also great here because of the child-friendly depths. If you are adventurous you can take a 16-foot or smaller fishing boat, kayak, or canoe out of the canal into one of the adjoining lakes for bigger water boating and sport fishing. Lake Ruth to the north, covers 192 acres and has a maximum depth of 36 feet. Here you can find Black crappie, Bluegill, Northern pike, Perch, Smallmouth and Rock bass, and Walleyes. Beaufort to the south is the largest lake of the 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. If you want to adventure to other nearby areas that offer outdoor activities, you will want to see Canyon Falls, just a few minutes up the highway. A well-maintained hiking trail there allows exploring by all ages. Lake Michigamme, the largest lake in the area, covers 4,292 acres and, reaches a depth of over 70 feet, and is about 10 minutes away. As an All Sports Lake, fishing is available here, as well as swimming and boating! About five miles away are thousands of acres of Corporate CFA, Copper County State Forest, and the Craig Lake State Park lands. Moose, Black Bear, Whitetail Deer, and other wildlife sightings are common here. The main east-west Multi-Use State Trail No. 8 for year-round motor sports, and the North Country Trail for hiking and horseback riding are a few minutes away. After returning to the Bear Paw you can enjoy evenings by the fire, or enjoy movies, cards, and board games that are available. The resort offers 3,000+/- Square Feet of rustic, clean, well maintained lodging. There are Four Single Rooms, that contain one queen bed and sleep 1-2 people; Four Double Rooms, that contain two queen beds and sleep 2-4 people; and Two Rustic Cabin Units. The Cabin Units include a fully equipped kitchen and will sleep four+ people. All of the Units include beds, microwaves, compact refrigerators, TVs, private bathrooms with shower, and air conditioning. The Lower Level Units have covered porches, and the Upper Level Rooms share a 6x62 covered deck with great views! Linens and towels are provided, general occupant laundry service and kayak-canoe rentals are available. A 1,658 Square Foot Building provides Office Space, a Two-Bedroom Owners' Quarters, and a large Laundry/Maintenance Area. Other smaller support buildings provide storage. For your private tour of this Business Opportunity contact us today! (Inventory to be sold separately with Bill or Sale. Property is being sold "As Is, Where Is". Sellers are willing to provide training for up to 60-Days after Closing, as needed, for consultation on resort operation.) Land Contract Available for Qualified Buyers with 50% down. MLS# 1094161
From the L'Anse Welcome Sign take US41 south 25 miles to Petticoat Lake Road. Go 1/8 mile further to the Motel/Resort on the right.
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