Status: Active ~ For Sale.
Located in the heart of the Upper Peninsula and within the 450,000 acre west unit of the Hiawatha National Forest, you’ll find this peaceful retreat nestled into 212 acres of Michigan wilderness. Resting high up on a ridge, the cabin boasts jaw dropping views of a grassy and wooded valley with the flowing Sturgeon River through and in view. The Sturgeon River is a cold water stream with native trout species present and this area in particular has abundant wild game. There are partridge, woodcock, bear, deer, and much more to view or harvest. A trail has been built that runs into the heart of the property and ends where a bear blind has been built. This area offers a true wilderness experience being about 9 miles into the forest from the nearest year around road. After a long day of outdoor recreation, the cozy cabin offers all you’ll need to rest up and enjoy the peace and quiet. Living spaces are generously sized, and open concept, offering flexibility and ease of use. Two bedrooms and a smaller bunk room offer plenty of space for guests to unwind. For those wanting to stay in camp for the day you can read and just drink in the views of the Sturgeon River valley. The open cabin site on the bluff edge brings cooling breezes to beat the summer heat. The property is located on a seasonal road, with access in winter only granted via snowmobile. Opportunities like this do not present themselves often, so do not waste any time reaching out for more information on this fantastic property.