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Looking for the perfect location to build your dream home or vacation property?

This is it, lot # 99 on Trout Lake located in the Hiawatha National Forest, 30 miles north across the Mackinac Bridge in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. 

This 175 x 394 lot is the best elevated lot on Trout Lake. It  is heavy wooded all the way to the water front beach and is facing towards the west so that you will have all of the beautiful sun sets and prevailing westward winds..

The small town of Trout Lake and the Hiawatha National Forest has much to offer for the sports enthusiasts, it is surrounded by many lakes, streams and rivers.

The Trout Lake area and the surrounding Hiawatha National Forest  is perfect for all seasons, whether you want to view Michigan's spring wildflowers, nature photography, bird watching, fishing, hunting, swimming, sailing, canoeing, power boating, golf, water-skiing, hiking, biking, jogging,  winter cross-country and down hill skiing and snowmobile  .

Go north to Lake Superior and see the most beautiful sand beach shoreline of any others in the country,

 The fall color season is outstanding.

Trout Lake is the headwaters for the Carp River which flows south to Lake Huron.

Trout Lake maintains a constant water level which is controlled by a natural lake dam.

The peninsula of  Birch Shores is a nature preserve which has many deer and other types of wild life.

In the summer the nature preserve offers walking trails and in the winter the trails are used as cross country ski trails.

All of this nature preserve is owned by the Birch Shores Association which is made up of all of the Birch Shore residents.

Trout Lake is approximately 1.5 miles long by 1.2 miles wide.

Trout Lake is centrally located for many of Michigan's  Upper Peninsula attractions

Mackinac Bridge, Mackinac Island, Mackinaw City, Soo Locks, Tahquamenon Falls, Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, Whitefish Point Lighthouse, Point Iroquois Lighthouse and Seul Choix Point Light, one of the haunted lighthouses near Sault Ste Marie.

Seney National Wildlife Refuge, a joy for photographers, bird watchers and nature lovers.

Village of Naubinway, the northernmost community on the Lake Michigan shoreline, and the largest commercial fishing port on the Great Lakes.

GarLyn Zoological Park, 7 miles West of Naubinway.

Town of Newberry is only 27 miles away. At Newberry, enjoy Oswalds Bear Ranch, where 18 bears live in their natural habitats and you are able to watch them. From Newberry you can take a canoe trip on the Tahquamenon or Two Hearted Rivers. Canoe Livery available.

 

Snowmobile's Paradise

Snowmobile trails run in every direction.

Trout Lake is one of the major crossroads for over 2,500 miles of snowmobile trails crossing the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

Go north to Paradise and Tahquamenon Falls. South to St. Ignace and the trails to Hessel, Cedarville, DeTour and Drummond Island. Head out to the east and you will end up at Sault St. Marie or connect to Drummond Island. To the west, you can snowmobile to Seney and Grand Marais or on to Munising. If you want to ride a great circle, you can go all the way to the Keweenaw Peninsula and back without traveling on the same trail Snowmobile rental in town.

You had better hurry, as with all this lot has to offer it is sure to go fast

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