Upper Michigan Vacant Recreational Parcel for Sale! This 78+/- Acre Parcel is located in central Baraga County, in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula! The property is located centrally "as the Crow Flies" between the Village of L'Anse on Lake Superior, and the Historic Village of Herman. This historic settlement was founded by Herman Keranen, a Finnish logger and farmer. While working at a nearby lumber camp he conceived the idea of starting his own lumber business. He bought several forties of land, built a rustic log cabin, and became the first settler in the area. Herman was flourishing in the early 1900s - a community that supported the area's lumber camps and productive farms. At one time the village had stores, a hotel, pool hall, community building, school, post office and grist mill. The primary access to Herman Village during that time was via the Duluth South Shore and Atlantic Railway. Now called the Canadian National railway, a section of this railway passes through the property. There are trails throughout the varied terrain property, and the boundaries of the parcel have been blazed and marked. The area provides excellent black bear, whitetail deer, and grouse hunting. The eastern border of this property is adjacent to thousands of acres of Federal Land, and the south end is bordered by Corporate CFA Lands for walk-in access to year round hunting, trapping, and fishing. Daults Creek passes through the eastern side of the property for some awesome trout fishing on your own land! This creek originates in the high country. Its waters flow north-westerly to join (with six other creeks) the Falls River, about two miles south of its mouth, and then flows into Lake Superior. An additional adjacent 36.82 Acre parcel is also available - See MLS# 1091543 (Neighbor has Right of First Refusal - Please contact the Listing Office for details.)
From the L'Anse Welcome Sign take US41 south 2 miles to Herman. Take left and go 1 mile to property on the right. Once you make your turn into the private drive, bear to the left (away from the homestead) into the vacant land. Please be courteous to not disturb Homestead Owners.