Roaring on Rapid River. Enjoy this 200 acre parcel in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. This unique property has approximately 1000 feet of frontage on both sides of the Rapid River for a total of 2000 feet of river frontage. The eastern 1/3 of the river is mostly flats and gets progressively deeper as you go west upstream. Prime hunting and fishing spots adorn this land. Accessible and buildable on both sides of the river. There are also several elevated building sites along the East/Central and NE part of this land. Tree species consist of a mix of Maple, Birch, Poplar and Conifers along the river extending up the western line and Central and NE Poplar stands loaded with Grouse. A majority of the northern border is lowland swamp bordering mature growth hardwood stands. There are many bucks, bears, and bald eagles in the area. The Lands of the Escanaba River State Forest borders this parcel along the west. This vast State Forest includes lands in Alger, Delta, Marquette, and Menominee Counties. There are several landlocked State of MI lands adjoining this property to expand your private hunting and recreation areas. They are managed and operated by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources for active recreational purposes such as hiking, canoeing, fishing, hunting, and trail riding. There is periodic timber harvesting on the State of Michigan land. The Hiawatha National Forest, an 894,836 acre National Forest, is a few miles to the east. On the Southwest corner of the property is the Rapid River, so you can float or fish from your own shores. The Rapid River is a 35.9-mile-long Type 4 fishing stream. It rises in southeast Marquette County near McFarland, and flows into Little Bay Ne Noc on Lake Michigan near the community of Rapid River. Little Bay De Noc is a top notch fishery for Walleye, Pike, Perch and several other species. There are many trails on this property to get you to your favorite blind for that monster buck. This is a rare opportunity to own a large contiguous piece of prime hunting land in the UP.