Lake Bailey Hide-A-Way! This 49 acre wooded waterfront parcel is nestled between Lake Superior, Mount Lookout, and the Brockway Mountain Audubon Sanctuary in Michigan's Upper Peninsula! It has 1,300+/- feet of frontage on Lake Bailey. This lake is a long, narrow, 204 acre, shallow lake which lies just a half mile inland from Lake Superior. Kayaking, and canoeing are perfect here - motor boats are rare. Fishing is for Perch and Northern Pike on this lake. Just minutes away are Little Grand Marais Harbor, Lookout and the Brockway Mountains, the Eagle Harbor Lighthouse, and numerous hiking, biking and nature trails. There are many wrecks in the Keweenaw Underwater Preserve for scuba divers to explore, and rock hounds will love scouring the beaches of Agate Harbor which is less than a mile away! In Winter you can snowmobile on the Eagles Loop and the Brockway Mountain Trail to Copper Harbor which is 13 miles away! An old primitive cabin on this property would need extensive refurbishing.