160+/- Acre Wooded Property! Located in the Upper Peninsula's "Gogebic County", the name of which is derived from a Chippewa Indian word that means "where trout rising make rings upon the water", this property has recreational opportunities for every season. The parcel is located in Marenisco Township in the south-central part of the county. Part of the Little Presque Isle River flows through the northern part of this parcel. It is a Class 1 Trout Fishing Stream, that joins the Presque Isle River on its way to Lake Superior. The Presque Isle has a canoe/kayak access point just 5+/- miles away. A great woods trail system runs through the property, and it has a pond for attracting wildlife. There is direct access from the North and East to the Ottawa National Forest, a system of over 900,000 acres of land for camping, canoeing, hiking, and waterfall viewing. Snowmobilers will be happy that there is access to Snow Mobile Trail No. 2, which is groomed by the Gogebic Range Trail Authority. An old home and barn foundation and gravel pit are located on this parcel. If you're looking for a great recreational property in the Western Upper Peninsula of Michigan, check this one out! MLS #1049987
From L'Anse take US41 south 13 miles to the M28-US141 intersection and take a right. Take M28 64+/- miles to M64 (just west of Lake Gogebic. Take a left and go 22 miles to US2. Take a right and go 2+/- miles to Dunham Road. Take a left onto Dunham Road and go 4+ miles to private (locked) drive on the right.
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