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If you're looking for a well-balanced hunting farm in the heart of one of Michigans #1 big buck counties, look no further. Only 15 minutes south of downtown Hillsdale you can have excellent hunting within a stone's throw from civilization and all its amenities. This farm has a fantastic balance of food and cover.&nb...

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Gorgeous piece of secluded timber within walking distance of the famed Mason Tract of the Ausable River. This tract has a very diverse stand of timber that includes oak, maple, poplar, white and red pine. The parcel has access is bordered by state land and has multiple areas that are ready to be utilized as food plots. This...

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Awesome hunting property with cash rent income. Property is surrounded by large private parcels of both tillable and timber. There are corn and beans right next door. The deer bed on this farm and the next one to the south and travel through here to the corn and beans. You will see in the pictures the ditches where it looks...

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Michigan Upper Peninsula 2190+/- Acres of Property With Two Private Lakes For Sale. This property represents much of the best natural resources, wildness, and beauty that the western Upper Peninsula of Michigan has to offer. The 2190.8 acre parcel is located in northern Iron County and includes about a mile of frontage on t...

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PRICE REDUCED!! This incredible fully furnished lodge sits along approximately 676 ft. of beautiful Middle Branch River frontage within it’s 17 +/- acres. Enjoy amazing views of the river from the house or the detached clubhouse along the bank. Deer wander about the property daily. Tracks can be seen just a few feet f...

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Location… Opportunity… These two words are the first two that come to mind when thinking about this property.  This tract sits in an APR county.  Every year more mature bucks are being harvested in these counties.  With the new baiting ban, the open pasture will allow an individual to easily add...

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Nice hunting property near the Big Manistee River! The northwest region of Michigan’s lower peninsula is known for its variety of great outdoor opportunities. This property is no different. Rolling terrain with browse and cover allows habitat for the population of deer, turkey, bear and small game that call this parce...

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Michigan 240-Acre Wooded Parcel For Sale. This property is located in Thompson Township, which is located in the southern most end of Schoolcraft County. Schoolcraft County is located on the eastern side of the Garden Peninsula - Delta County shares the western side of the peninsula. The Garden Peninsula is a 22 mile long p...

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Lake Michigan Waterfront Property For Sale - This property is located in Garden Township, in Delta County, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Delta County is a Lake Michigan coastal paradise. It has 211 miles of varied shoreline, which is the most of any county in the continental U.S. The One Acre parcel being offered for ...

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Remote Michigan Recreational, Fish, Hunt, LOG Cabin ON 40 Acres For Sale. Camp TWO Bears is located in Hematite Township, in North-Central Iron County. Iron County is in the southwestern part of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The County has more than 1,000 lakes and ponds, and more than 900 miles of rivers and streams for...

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"Hidden Retreat" - Upper Peninsula land and cabin for sale. This 80 acre property with approx 2000 feet of frontage on Pori Creek, features a log cabin, 8x12 detached log sauna, and 8x16 storage shed. Original hand-hewn cedar log cabin was built in 1978, addition in 1990, and a new metal roof over all in 2006. Cabin is heat...

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Discover The Superior Coast. This Upper Peninsula of Michigan Lake Superior parcel is located in Arvon Township, in Baraga County. It has 150 feet of shale and white-gold sugar sand frontage on the largest fresh water lake in the world. Lake Superior contains 10 percent of all the earth's fresh water. There is access to mil...

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Michigan Historic Hobby Farm For Sale with Additional Farm "40" - With Many, Many Recent Updates. (See List) This property is located in Covington Township, north of the Villages of Watton and Covington, which are in south-western Baraga County. This Michigan, Upper Peninsula community, holds numerous cultural and recreatio...

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Michigan Lake Superior Water View Home For Sale - This property is located in the historic Pequaming Shores Settlement, a Henry Ford Model Village, in north-central Baraga County, in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Here a mushroom shaped peninsula, half way up the Point Abbaye Peninsula, juts out into the east side of Lake Supe...

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Michigan Hunting Cabin For Sale - "Larry's Hideaway" hunting cabin is located on a secluded 60 acre wooded parcel in "Moose Country" in south-eastern Baraga County. This parcel is bordered on three sides by Corporate CFA Lands, for "walk in" access for fishing, trapping and hunting. Copper Country State Forest lands are a q...

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Moose Trails Camp - This 160 acre property has rolling terrain dominated by young aspen stands of various age classes. This habitat is especially attractive to game species such as deer, black bear, bobcat, grouse, woodcock, and snowshoe hare, and non-game species such as moose, eagles, owls, hawks, wolves, and many songbir...

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Executive Waterfront Home ON The Upper Peninsula OF Michigan's Famous Cisco Chain OF Lakes. Claim your stake in this highly-coveted Northwoods location featuring an incredible 1,758' of pristine shoreline and encompassing nearly 16 wooded acres. This park-like landscape is neatly tucked away on highly sought-after East Bay ...

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Over 9.5 acres of land with year-round access for sale in Tilden Township in Marquette County. The city of Marquette is less than 30 minutes away, and Ishpeming is only 8 minutes. You wont find this amount of acreage for the price anywhere else in this area. Take this piece of both wooded and open spaces and make it your ow...

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Over 75 Acres OF Prime Land With Maintained Trails, Year Round Access, Combination Terrain, Adjacent Public Land (Trail 8 IS 300 FT Away) 11 Amazing Ponds, 2200 FT OF River Frontage Along Roadside And Mineral Rights Availability There are so many wins for this 75.2 acres of quality land, nestled right in the heart of Moose-...

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Michigan Hunt-Fish Property With Private Lake For Sale. Lake 18 Lodge is located on a 480 acre tract, in Meyer County in northwestern Menominee County, this property has it all. A 33+/- acre lake, wooded acreage, and a large building with a finely detailed lodge and a large mechanical room-vehicle storage garage. It can be ...

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Michigan's Farms, Forests, and Lakes

Bordering four of the Great Lakes, and containing some 11,000 smaller lakes, the State of Michigan has a lot of fresh water. It is the 10th largest state with a lot of wide, open spaces. Michigan is known as the Great Lake State and the Wolverine State. President Gerald Ford was the first and only U.S. president native to this state.

Michigan Industry

Home to Detroit, also known as Motor City, Michigan produced 18.5% of U.S. manufactured automobiles in 2017. Detroit has a long history with General Motors, Chrysler and Ford. The city claims to have produced more than two million cars and trucks in 2017. Detroit is the largest city in the state and is located on the Detroit River, which runs from Lake St. Claire separating part of the state from Ontario, Canada down to Lake Erie.

Tourism plays a large part in Michigan's economy. In 2014, visitors spent some $22.8 billion here, and tourism is on the rise according to a May 2018 article in the Great Lakes Echo. Much of the attraction is the vast amount of Great Lakes' shoreline.

Water sports and fishing are popular water sports including ice fishing in winter, as are snow skiing, snowboarding, sledding, snow tubing. In the summer, sporting activities change to boating, water skiing, hiking, and cycling. Michigan also has 650 public golf courses with long summer daylight hours in which to play.

Agriculture is also a key component to Michigan's economy with about 56,000 farms comprising 10-million acres. Ninety-five percent of the farms are independently or family owned. Approximately 923,000 are employed through agriculture here.

The state is the number 1 producer of tart cherries, and produces dry black and cranberry beans, blueberries, pickling cucumbers, and squash. More potatoes are grown here than in any other state. It is the second largest asparagus growing state, the second largest dairy product producing state, and the second largest Christmas tree grower state in the nation.

Michigan's Topography and Climate

Michigan lies above Indiana, Ohio, and Wisconsin, and is across Lake Michigan from Chicago and across from Canada on Lake Erie, as well as Lake Superior. The only Great Lake it does not border is Lake Ontario. It is an oddly-shaped state with some of its land not even touching itself with the Straits of Mackinac splitting it in two, connected only by the Mackinac Bridge spanning five miles on Highway 75.

The state's elevation doesn't vary much. It is 572' above sea level at the lowest point rising to 1,979' at Mt. Arvon, at its highest point. Far and away Michigan's population of 9.99 million live in the Lower Peninsula with only 3% to the north. Much of the Upper Peninsula is forested with about one-third of the land government owned.

The state capitol, Lansing, lies in the central part of the Lower Peninsula. Winter daytime temps in Lansing average in the low 30s while summer daytime temps average in the low 80s. There is some rain every month of the year, plus about 12-14" of snowfall in December, January, and February, tapering off with about seven inches in March and perhaps an inch or two in April.

What Type of Land is Available in Michigan?

Name your pleasure. There are literally hundreds of thousands of acres available in Michigan. Land for sale includes recreational land, hunting land, and farmland located on lakeshores or inland. If you are looking for rich land at affordable prices, Michigan has it. Whether you want to invest in an already working farm or develop your own crops, you'll find it here. Want a location to retire with a boat dock and plenty of fishing, that's available on one of the many lakes or rivers. If you're looking for investment property to develop in the future, close to the city suburbs or a more rural township, you can find that here, too. There's a lot of diverse land for sale in the state.

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