Description for TBD E Lake Pcl #s 1-26, Iron River, MI 49935
LITTLE SMOKY LAKE ESTATES - LOTS 1-26 ARE FOR SALE! Total of 92.71+/- acres and 2,052'+/- frontage. Covenants in place to protect the owner. The wooded lots are rolling, and have access roads with underground power available at each parcel. Little Smoky Lake is located in Stambaugh Township, in south western Iron County in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The State of Wisconsin just minutes to the south. This is a great Four-Season recreational area. Little Smoky Lake is surrounded by the Ottawa National Forest, providing limitless wilderness recreational opportunities. Almost a million acres of the Ottawa National Forest are located in the western Upper Peninsula of Michigan, which extends from the south shore of Lake Superior to the Wisconsin border. 178,000 acres of it occupies the western half of Iron County, and Little Smoky is within it's borders. The lake is 78.2 Acres in size, and gradually deepens to about 20-Feet Deep. You can launch your canoe, kayak, or float toys right from the front of each lot, or you can launch at the Homes Lake Park and Campground across the lake. Gentle slopes to the waters edge makes wading along the sandy shoreline in summer, or walking out to do some "hard water" fishing once the lake freezes over easy for most. Hunting for White tail deer, Woodcock, Ruffed grouse (or "partridge"), and Black bear is popular in the area. Iron County is home to over 200-miles of snowmobile trails and 37 miles of ORV trails. There are multitudes of nearby trails to explore, dedicated to bikers, cross country skiers, hikers, and snowmobilers. About a half hour drive away is a regional airport, and places to golf, dine, and shop. This exceptional property is a stone’s throw from many attractions including: Big Smoky lake, Big Sand Lake Golf Course, and the Hunting Preserve. Not far from this property going to the east or west, there are many other amenities, including Lac Vieux Desert Casino and Golf Course in Watersmeet, Ski Brule in Iron County, MI, Blue Ribbon Trout Streams , i.e., Brule River and Paint River just to mention a few, many other rivers, lakes and streams, beaches, campgrounds throughout the areas, as well as 1000’s of acres of Ottawa National Forest where anyone can hunt and/explore all within 30 minutes. You will also have many fine dining restaurants to choose from within a short a distance. Trees Common In The Area Include: American basswood, American elm, Balsam fir, Bigtooth aspen, Black cherry, Eastern hemlock, Eastern white pine, Quaking aspen, Red maple, Sugar maple, White ash, White spruce, and Yellow birch. Contact us to set up your private tour today!