Upper Peninsula Vacant Land - This property is a wildlife magnet. There are plenty of building sites for your cabin to use as a home base for hunting, fishing, wildlife watching, snowmobiling, ATV use, and other recreation. The habitat of uplands, lowlands, open water, and marsh/semi-open water, is attractive to many game species such as deer, bear, turkey, snowshoe hare, waterfowl, grouse, woodcock, coyote, and bobcat; also to non-game species like moose, eagles, hawks and owls, songbirds, and wetland/marsh species. The access road to the property is directly off from Bone Lake Road and leads to a small, open area previously used to remove gravel. About a hundred yards further in to the property is Forty Nine Pond. Forty Nine Pond is almost entirely within the boundary of this property and is approx 5 acres in size. Also, Twenty Six Creek flows through Forty Nine Pond. Much of the property is enrolled in the Commercial Forest Program for tax savings. Thousands of acres of commercial forest properties are accessible directly from this property for additional recreational opportunities. Some of the best pike fishing around is less than a mile to the North at Bone Lake. Fishing opportunities are also available at Deer Lake, and camping available at Deer Lake State Campground, about 2 miles to the South.