MLS# 50089736 Property Type: Vacant Land Active
MICHIGAN 78+/- ACRE WOODED RECREATIONAL PARCEL FOR SALE! The property is located 4 miles north of the Village of Trout Creek, in Interior Township on Ontonagon County in the Northwestern Upper Peninsula of Michigan.The area is rich in mining and lumber production which began in the 1880s. Trout Creek is a Village that was established along a railroad that was created along the southern part of the County. By 1889, this railroad had a direct link with Chicago. The property has year round access from paved Gardner Road along its western property line. There is a Gated Entrance at the road side. From there a well-built gravel surfaced road (of about 400 feet in length) leads to a small clearing. Electricity has been brought to this site from the County Road, to provide power to an abandoned 23-foot fifth wheel camper. Just east of the electric pole is a 24-foot square gravel area that could become a building site. There is access to thousands of acres of Ottawa National Forest Land, across Gardner Road to the west, and adjacent to the eastern side of the property offered for sale. South of the property is a privately owned 200 acres farm composed of mostly open fields. The Main east/west two track runs through the middle of the half mile deep property. It was created in the early 1990s, when some select timber cutting was done. Some overgrown trails originating from the Main two track could be brushed out for more recreational uses. Trees common on the property include American basswood, Balsam fir, Black ash, Eastern hemlock, Green ash, Northern red oak, Northern white cedar, Paper birch, Quaking aspen, Red maple, Red pine, Sugar maple, White spruce, and Yellow birch. There are two nice stands of cedar trees. There are sightings of Deer and Bear on this parcel – It is part of the Michigan Deer Management Unit 031, where the lowland conifers to upland hardwoods, red pine barrens, open fields ... Additional Information Is Available In Associated Documents
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