24500 Ruth Lake Michigamme, MI 49861
MICHIGAN INLAND LAKE HUNT-FISH CABIN FOR SALE. This property is located in The Three Lakes area, in south -eastern Baraga County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. This area is a mecca for Anglers. This property has 66 feet of frontage on Ruth Lake, a 192-Acre, 36-Feet Deep clear water lake. It is fed by four creeks. There are some islands in the lake. The bottom is 40% sand, 30% rock rubble and 30% silt, where you can expect to find a good number of Largemouth bass and Walleyes. Some Bluegills, Bullheads, Burbot, Pumpkinseeds, Rock bass, Smallmouth bass and Northern pike are also caught in this lake. Lake Ruth empties into Lake George, via a small creek. George Lake (a 160-Acre, 40-Feet Deep lake) which connects via a narrow channel to Beaufort Lake (462-Acre, 35-Feet Deep lake) is across the US Highway from Ruth lake. Beaufort to the south is the largest lake in the Three Lakes chain. It covers 462 acres and has a maximum depth of 35 feet. This lake also contains Northern pike, Perch, Smallmouth and Rock bass, and Walleyes. Further on to the south is Petticoat Lake. This lake is 73 acres in size and about 25 feet deep. It produces Northern pike, Perch, Pumkinseed sunfish, Smallmouth bass, and some Walleye. If you want to adventure to other nearby areas that offer outdoor activities, you will want to see the Canyon Falls - known as the Grand Canyon of the Upper Peninsula - just a few minutes up the highway. A well-maintained hiking trail there allows exploring by all ages. Lake Michigamme the largest lake in the area, about 10 minutes away, covers 4,292 acres and reaches a depth of over 70 feet. An All Sports Lake, fishing is available here, as well as swimming and boating! The western side of the property touches a 43-Acre wooded parcel of land that is also being offered for sale. The north-eastern corner of this property touches Copper County State Forest Lands, which are adjacent to thousands more acres of Corporate CFA Lands, for walk-in access for hunting, trapping, and more lake and stream fishing in season. Craig Lake State Park is only a few miles away to the north-east. Moose, Black Bear, Whitetail Deer, Beaver, Bobcat, Coyote, Ruffed grouse, and Varying hare are common here. Sightings of Moose are also possible in the area. The main east-west Multi-Use State Trail No. 8 for year-round motor sports, and the North Country Trail for hiking and horseback riding are a few minutes away. The Cabin is a 1973 Mobile Home. It has an 11x14 Living Room, an 11x16 Eat-In Kitchen, Two Bedrooms, and a Full Bath. The current owners use portable electric heaters to heat their cabin when in use. Outside is an 8 x 24 deck with a lake view. The property has a drilled well, raised bed septic system, and power. For your convenience, there are grocery-gas station, and bar-restaurants close by. For a tour of these properties contact us today!
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