Priced to Sell. The Nordic Lodge. - The 40-Acres of property being offered for sale is composed of a 40-Acre parcel of wooded land located about four+ miles north of the Un-Incorporated Village of Felch, in central Dickinson County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Felch was a station on a branch of the Chicago and North Western Railway, and a post office has been in operation there since 1906. The property is surrounded by thousands of acres of Copper Country State Forest Land. Here you have walk-in access for hunting, trapping, and fishing. Wild turkey, Grouse and Woodcock are on the upswing. Bear are always prevalent, and the Whitetail deer, and Snowshoe hare hunting is popular. There are several lakes nearby for boating, fishing, and swimming fun. Gene's Pond - a 750 acre flooding located behind Norway Lake is just a mile away. The Norway Lake County Park is located there, and provides boat launch access to the non-motorized lake, electric service, swimming, 30 rustic sites, vault toilets, and water. Just a little further north up the road is Pickerel Lake. A crystal clear water, 71-Acre, sandy-bottom lake which is known Splake, Trout and Walleye fishing. The 1,360 Square Foot Log "Nordic Lodge" is located on the southern most "40". The cabin was built using full-scribe old world construction techniques yet is comfortably modern and retains the character of traditional log construction. An all-copper roof also is unique and will last a lifetime. The outbuilding is a sauna/storage shed. Full, dry basement has plenty of storage with walkout access. Power is supplied via generator with starter inside cabin. Propane lights and electric lights illuminate the interior. This property is located 30 minutes from Iron Mountain and the nearest airport. Schedule your private tour today.