Some of The Best Hunting in the U.P. - This Gated 160 Acre Wooded Parcel is located in North-Western Dickinson County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. If you mention this area to Northern Michigan outdoor enthusiasts, they will think of an area with a culture of White-tail Deer Hunting! This parcel is surrounded by thousands of acres of the Copper Country State Forest where hunting for Bear, Deer, Ruffed Grouse, Small Game, Turkey, and Waterfowl are also available. Just three+/- miles to the South-East of this parcel the North Branch of the Ford River meets the Main Branch, and is a historic stream stocking site for Brook Trout. Canoeing and Kayaking are popular Ford River activities. ATVing and Off Road Riding are great for Fall Color Touring, and Snowmobiling is fun in Winter! Dickinson County is located on the Michigan-Wisconsin border in the Central Portion of the U.P. and is easily reached by flying into the Ford Airport near Iron Mountain ..... Zoning/The CFA Act: CF Owners pay an annual specific tax of per acre in 2012. This will go up 5 cents each 5 years thereafter - Walk-In Public Access for hunting and fishing must be available on CFA Land. A New Owner will need to submit a New Forest Management Plan, and a Notification of Ownership Change Form to the State. If a New Owner desires to build a cabin on the property, the area designated around the structure will need to be withdrawn from the CFA Program.