Upper Michigan Wooded 40-Acre recreational property for sale! This property is located in Spurr Township, in south-eastern Baraga County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The parcel has Copper Country State Forest lands to the south, and Corporate CFA lands to the north and west. There is walk-in access into these thousands of acres of land for hunting, trapping, and fishing. It is located a few miles west of the rugged 6,983-Acre Craig Lake State Park / Wilderness Area. There you will have access to seven quiet, non-motorized, no live-bait, lakes inhabited by Largemouth bass, Muskie, Northern pike, Perch, Smallmouth bass, Trout, and Walleye. They are protected as Silent-Sport lakes, and there are special fishing and boat regulations that apply to all of the lakes. Craig Lake is 374-Acres in size and is studded with six islands. It has a canoe put-in a short distance from the parking area, and a sandy beach camping area on its east shore. It has Walleyes, Northern pike and Perch. Beyond Craig is Crooked Lake, a 180-Acre lake, which is difficult to reach and has the Eagles Nest area for camping. Fish in this lake include big Northern pike, Muskies, Large and Smallmouth bass, and Panfish. Other lakes include Clair, Kewadin, Neligan, Teddy and Thomas lakes. A small creek from Deer Lake runs through the north-east corner of the property and forms a beaver pond, and then flows into Craig Lake. This is the heart of Moose Country - Bald eagles, Black bear, Beavers, Common loons, Fox, Moose, Timber wolves, and White-tailed deer also frequent the area. There are about 28-Acres of hardwoods and 12-Acres of Mixed Forest. Trees include Balsam fir, Bigtooth aspen, Black cherry, Black spruce, Eastern hemlock, Northern white-cedar, Paper birch, Quaking aspen, Red maple, Sugar maple, Tamarack, White spruce and Yellow birch. A 2-Bedroom Manufactured Home/Cabin on the property is in good condition and sits on a concrete block foundation. The roof was replaced in 2012, and vinyl siding and metal exterior doors were installed in 2013. It is set up for a generator, and is heated with a a free-standing wood stove. There is an Lp gas cook stove for preparing meals. There is a good seasonal road to the property and it is gated for privacy. Cell phone service is available here! If you are looking for a private Hunting-Recreational Get-A-Way, schedule your private tour today!
From the L'Anse Welcome Sign take US41 south 29+/- miles to Keewaydin Lake Access Road on left (just before the Imperial Heights Road on the right). Take left and go 4.8 miles to the "Y". Stay left and go 1/5 mile and take a right. Go .4 miles to Gate. Go .5 miles to Orange Snow Fencing. Continue to cabin... Road is rugged in some areas - A 4-Wheel drive, high suspension vehicle is recommended.