Michigan Hunting Property For Sale. - Quality Deer Management (Qdma member) for last 15 years, with surrounding neighbors involved in Qdma as well. The land was reviewed by PhD Wildlife Biologist for review of game, soils, water....report by biologist can be provided. Great age diversity in the whitetail population on these lands. - Deer Sanctuary (no human entry for last 10 years) of heavy cedars/tamarack/spruce/tall grasses/red osier dogwood growth - in the center of the properties. - Abundant wildlife...Deer, Bear, Grouse, Turkeys, Ringnecked Pheasants, Woodcock, Ducks, Geese, Eagles, coyotes, bobcats, wolves, fishers, and much more. - Timber Management (Qfm) member for the last 15 years. Tree mix seen on properties is vast: maples, spruce, cedar, tamarack, aspens, birch, ash, etc. Note: All OF These Properties Have Good Timber Value Remaining....Several Have Good Hardwood Stands. According to the Dnr. Forester scaled and bid out cuts for the Seller...even after the cuts (made to optimize deer cover)...there remains estimate of timber value on this overall parcel. - Lake ( 18), ponds, wetlands in various spots on the properties....providing resting spots for many water birds (geese/ducks/etc.). With many more potential pond sites per Deq/Dmap engagements. - Great land diversity....highlands to lowlands. - Multiple Campsites across the properties (besides the main cabin on the shore of Lake 18). - Cabin is more than a cabin....highly insulated, bedrooms, indoor shower and bathroom, big kitchen (w/propane stove and refrigerators by Unique Inc)...microwave, and large gathering room, with ceilings 12' high to support all the large racked bucks and trophies collected. Wood burning stove and forced air furnaces back each other up, mechanical room with propane stove to keep water tanks/heater "comfortable" on the coldest days you are in camp and beyond. Everything is well thought out with 1 to 1 PEX lines to each water use item (sink/toilet/shower/washer/etc.) and all with simple "blow-out" water nozzles for winterization ease. Note: regarding the cabin...the building was laid out North-East-South-West to utilize solar batteries (not installed yet) but the foundation of the cabin has 6" crushed stone, 2" 4'x8' sheets of pink styrofoam boarding under the whole building (including garage) with re-rod and PEX hoses/systems for infloor heating in 5" of cement flooring. - Installed (when cabin was built in 2014) great tasting water/well, oversized septic system, 11Kw Generac generator (always services at 180 hours with filters and synthetic oil changes). - All properties have solid road access (roads driven and developed by International Paper log haulers over the decades....with heavy duty gated and locked entries. - Easy access to Vega Rd (cabin address: N18090 Vega Rd, Hermansville, MI 49847)....25 miles East of Iron Mountain.....25 Miles South and West of Escanaba off Hwy 2. Contact Us For Your Private Viewing.