MLS# 50110172 Property Type: Vacant Land Active
MICHIGAN WOODED 40-ACRE RECREATIONAL PARCEL FOR SALE! This property is located in Onota Township which lies along the southern shore of Lake Superior, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. - Because of its vast forests, Onota Township has a rich history in producing lumber for buildings and charcoal manufacturing (for smelting iron ore). Much of this work was done in the early days by Scandinavians. - The property is made up of two 20-Acre parcels. The Western parcel is made up of 10.35 Acres of Mixed Forest, 9.39 Acres of Woody Wetlands, .32 Acre of Evergreen Forest, .14 Acre of Pasture/Hay, and .05 Acre of Low Intensity Development. The Eastern parcel is made up of 10.78 Acres of Woody Wetlands, 7.95 Acres of Mixed Forest, and 1.51 Acres of Evergreen Forest. - The old Duluth South Shore and Atlantic railroad, now the groomed “Harvey to Autrain” Multi-Use State Trail, passes through the south western part of the “40”, and is how you access the property. This east-west trail is 30 miles long and goes from Marquette County all the way to AuTrain. Also noted as Trail 417 on some maps, it is signed, graveled, and groomed seasonally for snowmobiles. Hiking, Biking, Snowmobiling, ATVing. The area is known for outdoor recreational activities. About 1 ½ miles north-east of the property offered for sale is Highway M-28. There you can find the access to a hike through old-growth forests which ends at a rocky shoreline near the mouth of the Laughing Whitefish River where it enters Lake Superior. At the end is a public access site that features a small gravel ramp for boat access. [The hiking path runs along Laughing Whitefish Point Road (also known as North Point Road]. - From M94 which runs a few miles south of the property is access to the 1,728 Acre Laughing Whitefish Lake Preserve. It is located between the Laughing Whitefish Falls Scenic Area and the Hiawatha National Forest. Laughing Whitefish Falls is one of the most spectacular falls... Continued In Addendum
Remarks Continued: in Michigan. The 100-Foot Falls cascades through a long escarpment/gorge with old growth white pine and hemlock towering over it. These areas are great for hiking, snowshoeing, outdoor education, birding, and wildlife viewing. - For additional Information about this property contact us today!
Listing Provided Courtesy of TIM KEOHANE - GREAT LAKES & LAND OF MARQUETTE, INC.