Price Reduced. Upper Michigan Wooded Acreage for Sale.. This beautiful 39.32+/- Acre wooded property is located in Mastodon Township, in south-central Iron County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Iron County has 314 lakes and 900 miles of rivers, so there is something for everyone. Indian Lake, a 196-Acre, 36-Foot Deep, all recreation lake can be reached on foot from the property being offered for sale. You can put your boat in at a State-owned public access, with a hard-surfaced ramp, on its south shore. The deep crystal clear waters of this lake are known for Largemouth Bass, Bluegill, Northern Pike, Walleye, and pan fish. Walleye are stocked in this lake by the Michigan DNR, and many anglers target them in the winter. There is a sand-bottomed beach area available for swimming. If access to this lake isn't challenging enough, Chicagon Lake, the 1,100-Acre all sports lake, is less than a mile away. This lake is 115 Feet Deep, and has a diverse fishery. It holds Lake trout, Walleyes, Muskies (Muskellunge), Northern pike, Smallmouth bass, Perch, and Lake whitefish. Access to this lake is available by a County owned public access site at its south end. Pentoga Park is also located on the southern tip of Chicagon Lake, and is a 30 minute walk from the property being offered for sale. Ancient Ojibwa bands made this spot their permanent headquarters in the 1800s. Iron County purchased the land for this park in 1924 as a tribute to these Native Americans and to preserve and protect the Wooded burial structures that mark their graves. In addition to these historic structures, there is a great picnic area, and playground for children. The George Young Recreational Complex is just a couple of miles away. This is a unique North Woods recreation center for Golf, Hiking Trails, Mountain Biking, and Swimming, followed by Sauna and Spa treatments. There is an 18-hole course, and a driving range there. For additional area sporting opportunities, this property is minutes away from a Multi -Use State Trail for Hiking, Biking, and Cross-Country Skiing. Iron County has more than 3,100 miles of the best ORV trails in Michigan. These two-track, twisty single-track trails with rocky hill climbs and soggy mud bogs welcome dune buggies, dirt bikes, quads and four-wheelers. The Iron River, Paint River and Brule River located in this County, are just a few of the river routes available for canoeists and kayakers to explore. Ski Brule is only about 10 miles away. It has snow-making equipment to produce snow for a long season. It has a Tubing Park, a 30 acre snowboard Terrain Park, and Nordic and Alpine trails. Off the slopes families can also enjoy ice skating, sleigh rides, marshmallow roasts and torchlight parades. The towns of Iron River and Crystal Falls are nearby for shopping, dining, and unique shopping. Your search may be over - Here you will be able to enjoy a quiet building spot on a scenic maintained roadway, yet be in the middle of one of the best recreational areas that the U.P. has to offer. It would be a wonderful place for a Year-Round or Seasonal Home or Cabin. Call us for a Tour today. (The land can be subdivided for future lots.) Property is subject to restrictive covenants.
Farm Map & Boundaries
From the L'Anse Welcome Sign take US41 south 11 miles to the M28 Junction. Take a right and go 4 miles to the 141 Junction. Take a left and go approximately 40 miles to US-2. Take a right and go 5 miles to Pentoga Trail. Take a left and go approximately 6 miles to County Road 424. Take a left and go approximately 1.5 miles to the property on the left.