Michigan Recreational Property With Two Private Lakes - This 260-Acre rugged and wooded parcel is located in east-central Baraga County in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The property encompasses nearly all of 54-Acre Charles Lake and another smaller (8-10 acre) lake. Some older maps call Charles Lake, Curwood Lake - Named after James Oliver "Jim" Curwood an American action-adventure writer and conservationist who owned a camp in this remote area near the Huron Mountains. There is access to thousands of acres of Ottawa National Forest lands a mile to the east for walk-in hunting, and access to the Triple A (AAA) groomed Multi-Use State Trail is about 3 miles to the north-east. An area with rich opportunities for exploring, Mt. Curwood is 8-Miles directly to the west, and Mt. Arvon (At 1979+ feet, it is the highest point in Michigan) is 3 to 4-Miles to the north-west. Also you can view over a dozen beautiful waterfalls in Baraga County. Both lakes on the property will provide opportunities for canoeing, kayaking, fishing for bass and pan fish, swimming, and wildlife viewing of Bear, Deer, Wolves, Small game and Waterfowl! The smaller lake has beautiful granite outcroppings along it's eastern shoreline and there are many sites were you can camp and enjoy the best nature and wildlife scenery that the U.P. has to offer. Be sure to bring your binoculars when you have your private tour of this property! (One owner is a Licensed Michigan Realtor)
From the L'Anse Welcome Sign take US41 south 35.5 miles to Co Rd 607-Peshekee Grade-Huron Bay Grade North. Take left and go 12 miles to ""Y" and take right onto West Branch of Huron River Road. Go 3.5 miles to 18865 and 18864 Signs at left hand turn. Go 1/4 miles to "T", and southern boundary. Park and hike north about 500 feet to property.