This 37+ acre Sturgeon River waterfront parcel is located just 1 mile north-east of the Otter Lake in Michigan's Upper Peninsula! The Sturgeon River is a good sized (about 50 feet across) river, that flows about 100 miles from it's source at Wagner Lake to it's mouth at the Portage Lake. It is a cool water fishery known for Brook trout, Brown trout, and Steelhead trout. The north-east corner of this property touches the Sturgeon River Sloughs Wildlife Area of theCopper Country State Forest. Through it is access to the main North-South Multi-Use State Trail No. 15. If you go upstream about one mile you come to a boat launch site, and from there you can enter the Otter Lake. This lake is 890 acres in size and about 29 feet deep. Fishing for Brook trout, Crappies, Perch,Pumpkinseed sunfish, Rock bass, Smallmouth bass, Steelhead, Northern pike and Walleye is available there. Bear, Beaver, Duck, Geese, Muskrat, Otter,Partridge, Rabbit, Squirrel, Whitetail deer and Woodcock are often seen on this parcel. Trees common in the area include Balsam, Birch, Maple and Pine .