Secluded 155 Acre Upper Michigan Recreational Parcel with Cabin for sale. This parcel is located In Moose Country, in South-Central Baraga County, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. An area known for Black bear, Bobcat, Coyote, Fisher, Hare, Raccoon, Ruffed grouse, Moose and Whitetail deer sightings - it is a great wildlife viewing and hunting area. The parcel is bordered on the north and east by Copper County State Forest land, on the west and south by Corporate CFA Land. If you don't care to hunt, fish, and trap on your own land you will have walk-in access to these neighboring parcels for those activities. A branch of the Hickey Creek runs across the property and forms a pond. The water in this creek originates from a small lake on the glacially-eroded plateau that forms much of southern Baraga County, then runs northwest before flowing into the Sturgeon River. The Sturgeon River is a 106-mile-long river in that leaves Baraga County and enters Houghton County. 25 miles of the river were added to the National Wild and Scenic Rivers System in 1992. Many of the Sturgeon River tributaries are Type 1 Fishing Stream for nice Brook trout. Located nearby is access to the Clowry-Nestoria section of the main U.P. east-west Snowmobile Trail No. 8, a Multi-Use State Trail that is also used for ATVing, Hiking, Horseback Riding and Mountain Biking in Spring, Summer and Fall. There is something for everyone - motels, restaurants, shops, pubs, and gas station are minutes away in Three Lakes and Michigamme. Vermilac (Worm) Lake is only 4+/- miles to the south-west. This is a 622 Acre, 4-7 foot deep lake. Fed by the Vermilac River on the S-E, the Murphy River on the south, and drained via the Rock River on N-E, it has clear water and does not experience winter kill. Experienced anglers turn to Lake Vermilac for its feisty Northern pike, but it is host to many other fish species as well. Black crappie, Bluegill, Brown bullhead, Golden shiner, Largemouth bass, Pumpkinseeds, Sunfish Walleye planted by the DNR for many years, and Yellow perch are available. Master Angler Entries have been pulled from these waters, and the locals have hosted fishing derbies for many years on this lake. Those who prefer using smaller boats and canoes will appreciate the quiet, low traffic on this lake. A branch of the longest off-road, non-motorized, hiking trail in the U.S., the North Country National Scenic Trail (4,600 miles long), passes to the north of this area. The 936 Square Foot Cabin on the property was built in 2014. It has a 15x15 Living Room, 9x10 Kitchen area, and a 7x13 Dining area. There are 11x13 and 9x11 Bedrooms, and a 6x7 Bathroom. Heat is provided by a propane space heater and a wood stove. There is a 6x11 Deck. Outbuildings include a 16x16 Garage and a 24x26 Garage. If you're seeking a place to hunt, fish, and recreate during all Four Seasons, this Cabin may be for you. Contact Us Today.
Ranch Map & Boundaries
From the L'Anse Welcome Sign take US41 (M28) south 14.5 miles to driveway on the left. Look for Highway Mile Marker 81. (Driveway is not plowed - you will need to Snowmobile, ATV, or Walk in about 1.5 miles to cabin location.)