MLS# 1125924 Property Type: Vacant Land Active
Michigan Building Parcel For Sale - This 0.87 -Acre Parcel is located just south of the unincorporated Village of Sidnaw, in Duncan Township, in southern Houghton County, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, United States. The community's name is derived from an American Indian word meaning small hill by a creek. Sidnaw was founded by lumber companies harvesting white pine in the area. The Village was platted in 1889, and shows up on early maps as a station on the Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic Railway. In 1920, Henry Ford built a lumber camp there, which became the epicenter of Henry Ford's logging empire. This Village is surrounded by the Ottawa National Forest! This National Forest is over 900,000 acres in size, has a glaciated landscape rich in wildlife viewing and is filled with scenic waterfalls, lakes, and rivers. Camping, hiking, lake-stream fishing, hunting, and canoeing, as well as Cross-country and downhill skiing are all available here. Wildlife is abundant - Black bear, Moose, Whitetail deer, Timber wolves, Bald eagles, Coyotes, Foxes, Beaver and Loons are at home here. The location of this parcel makes it possible to participate in nearly every Upper Peninsula outdoor sport imaginable, in almost every direction! The Sidnaw Creek, a Type 1 Trout River, and tributary of the Sturgeon River, and the Erickson Creek runs just north of the property. Fishing is nearby on 12 acre Kunze Lake, and on 69 acre Upper Dam Lake, and 22 acre Hager Lake. Many trout streams are nearby, including Blue Ribbon sections of the Ontonagon River. The Sturgeon River, Gorge, and Falls are nearby, and offer prime trout fishing. A section of the North County National Scenic Trail for hiking and backpacikng, and the Deer Marsh Interpretive Hiking Trail are minutes away. Other trails for hiking are the Sturgeon Falls, Bears Den, and Pine Bluff Trails. Over 25,000 Snowmobilers travel in the area along The Bergland to Sidnaw Multi-Use Rail Trail (8-15) (also used for ATV and Horseback riding) is just north of the Village. The popular Porte Lake-Sidnaw Snowmobile Trail is a short ride away. The nearby Grooms-Prickett Airport is the location of Labor Day Fly-Ins of rebuilt WWII planes. The parcel is located on a Year-Round-Access, County maintained road and there is electricity at the road side. Build your year round home or vacation get-a-way here and enjoy what the U.P. Offers. Schedule Your Appointment Today!
Listing Provided Courtesy of TIM KEOHANE - GREAT LAKES AND LAND REAL ESTATE COMPANY