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Michigan 167+ Acre Recreational Parcel For Sale - Located in North-Central Ontonagon County in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Patent Creek runs along the western edge of the property and flows northward about a mile and empties into Lake Superior. There are beautiful sandy beaches for strolling, wading, and rock hounding, along this stretch of Lake Superior which can be accessed through State of Michigan Lands. Silver City, about 2-3 miles away, is where the Big Iron River also flows into Lake Superior, and is a historic fish stocking site, and a great place to launch your boats. A Multi-Use State Trail for snowmobiling, ATVing, and Horseback Riding runs along M-64 south of Silver City. Further to the west of this parcel is the 58,335-Acre Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State park which has dense forests, wild rivers, and 1,900-Foot peaks for hiking, camping, alpine and nordic skiing. In the north-eastern part of the property are nice building sites overlook a 5+/- acre wildlife pond that attracts Whitetail deer, Black bear, other woodland animals and waterfowl. You can own your own larger, private hunter's paradise in an All-Season Sports and Recreation Area! The parcel has a level terrain and is nicely wooded. The property has been surveyed, and there is a good written legal easement to it. MLS# 1070315
From the L'Anse Welcome Sign take US41 north 5 miles to Baraga, M-38 Junction. Take a left and go 27.7 miles to M-26. Take a left and go 14.8 miles to M-64. Take a left and go 9.4 miles to driveway on the left.
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