Entire Section of Upper Peninsula land with the Haypress Waterfalls, rivers, gravel road access, towering White Pine, mixed hardwoods and one of the most diverse and interesting wetland/river complex in the U.P. You will be absorbed by nature on this tract of woods, wetlands and wildlife. It is here you will eagles, moose, geese, deer, bear, duck, grouse, the occasional wolf, bobcat and coyote along with a plethora of songbirds. This section of land in Northern Marquette County lies just 5 miles north of the McCormick Wilderness Area and only 14 1/2 miles from US 41. Haypress is a dramatic little waterfall cascading through a small granite ravine and tumbling down into pools below where the waters of the West Branch of the Huron River and the High River confluence forms the famous Peshekee River. There is literally over 10,000 feet of river frontage with more pools, ponds and sloughs adding to the water ambiance. Photographers, hikers and bird watchers come here to enjoy the natural wilderness experience as this area offers so many outdoor experiences. This is nature at it's best. The entire section of land also has a wonderful mixed woodland forest with old growth pine, hardwoods and conifer growing on the ridges, highlands and mountain tops. This is rock face country with exposed cliffs and boulders throughout the landscape. The area is good for all types of outdoor recreation limited by only your imagination. There are fish in the rivers, game on the highlands, waterfowl on the ponds and miles of hiking on and around the property. From here you can travel to Skanee and the Lake Superior shoreline of Baraga County to the west or Big Bay and the Lake Superior shoreline of Marquette County to the north and east. If you are conservation minded, this tract would be a legacy holding for posterity. An entire section of land with this type of history, topography, natural beauty and waterfront is not common in 2018. If you have been looking for a tract of land with these features this is certainly one to consider.
US41 to Peshekee Grade. North to Section 36, aka Haypress Dam & Falls.