Upper Michigan 116 Acre Wooded Recreational Parcel for Sale! This property is located just south of Alston, an unincorporated community in Laird Township along the east-central border of Houghton County. Just to the east of this Upper Peninsula county is Baraga County where schools, churches, shopping, and a hospital are found. This rural village was originally named Laird, and had its own post office in 1887. When J.V. Alston became postmaster in April 1902, the community and post office were renamed for him. The property is surrounded on three sides by Ottawa National Forest Lands. There is walk-in access for hunting, trapping, and fishing on these vast land holdings. Black bear, Bobcat, Coyote, Ruffed grouse, Whitetail deer, Rabbits and other woodland animals are available. The Farce Creek, a tributary of the Sturgeon River, flows through the south-eastern part of the property. The Sturgeon is a cool water fishery, rated a Type 1 Fishing Stream. Atlantic salmon, Brook trout, Brown trout, Coho, Chinook and Pink salmon, Lake trout, Rainbow trout, and Splake are fish species of note. A good sized river, it flows about 100 miles from its source at Wagner Lake to its mouth at Portage Lake. Besides fishing almost at your door step, you can jump on your snowmobile or ATV and access the Winona-Alston Multi-Use State Trail down the road! There is good access on a gravel road, and there is power less than a half mile away. If you are seeking a wonderful wooded property, check this one out!