Serenity near Sidnaw! Upper Michigan cabin with acreage for sale. Known as "The Old Smith Cabin". This camp is on a heavily timbered 40 acres in southern Houghton County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. 2007 Timber Evaluation available for serious inquiries. Bordered by thousands of acres of the (988,000 Acre) Ottawa National Forest, nature abounds. The majority of the land is Hard Maple Highlands with two Log blinds strategically positioned to nab those big bucks. Wildlife in this area is abundant, with Bald eagles, Beaver, Black bear, Coyote, Foxes, Loons, and Whitetail deer among the critters that may be seen. There are unlimited opportunities for outdoor recreation in this area that can be explored all year around. Property connects with several multi-use state and federal trails. The popular Porter Lake-Sidnaw Snowmobile Trail is a short ride from this camp. Cool U.P. summers for touring on your ATV or horseback riding, and snow-filled winters for exploring all the beauty on your snowmobile or X-country skis. The original 1937 camp was entirely remodeled between 1995 and 2006. The roof, electrical, and siding along with the installation a newer wood-burning stove. New carpet, tile and 5/8" paneling on the interior. Supplemental electrical baseboard heat all throughout the structure. In addition, a 10x10 rear deck and new rear entrance was added. A 10x16 shed for storage. Road is paved and maintained year round. Great trout fishing on the nearby E. Branch of the Ontonagon, and Sturgeon Rivers, including the wondrous Sturgeon River Gorge. This parcel is also in close proximity to Perch Lake, Lake St. Katherine,Winslow Lake, Hanna Webb lake, Lake 13, Marten Lake, Upper Dam Pond, Glitter Lake, & the Jumbo River. Come see this property in the middle of the forest but less than 10 minutes from Sidnaw!
From the L'Anse Welcome Sign take US-41 south 12 miles to the US41/M28 Intersection. Take a right and go 12.7 miles (In the Village of Sidnaw) and take a left on Ontario St/South Sidnaw Rd. . Go approximately 2.2 miles south and take a right on Lake 13 Rd. Go 1.4 miles and camp is on the right.