Beautiful Upper Michigan Waterfront Lot for sale! This 2+ Acre parcel has 150+/- feet of frontage on Tamarack Lake. This lake straddles two Counties. The south end of the lake is located in Watersmeet Township of Gogebic County - the northern end of the lake is located in Stambaugh Township of Iron County. Both of these counties are located in the western end of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, and border the State of Wisconsin. The parcel being offered for sale is located on the western side of the lake, in Gogebic County. This is a heavily forested region bounded on the north by Lake Superior. Because of the wealth of natural resources available in the area, the economy is strongly based upon forest products and rural tourism. Forest related industries include logging, sawmills, and dimension mills with regional, national and international markets. The forest provides recreation and tourism activities including mountain biking, hiking, and camping. Tamarack Lake is surrounded by the Ottawa National Forest, which has nearly a million acres of protected forest land. Here you can participate in outdoors activities, from biking to hunting and horseback riding to picnicking. In winter, visitors have more than 450 miles of snowmobile trails and vast areas for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing. Lake Superior, trout streams, waterfalls, and inland lakes draw Summer visitors for swimming, fishing, and canoeing. In the Winter nearby resorts, alpine ski hills, and miles of ski and snowmobile trails offer winter activities. State Line Trail, a Multi-Use State Trail, passes just north of Tamarack Lake. There's something for every outdoor enthusiast! Tamarack Lake has a surface area of 283 acres and is about 11 feet deep. It has mostly a hard bottom consisting of rock, gravel, and sand. Fish for Bluegill, Brook trout, Crappie, Perch, Smallmouth bass and Walleye. At the southwest end are some wildlife filled wetlands where the Cedar Creek flows into the lake. Water exits the lake at the north end, into the Tamarack River, where an historic fish stocking site is located. This river is an 8.8-mile-long tributary of the Middle Branch Ontonagon River. The Middle Branch flows north to the Ontonagon River and ultimately to Lake Superior. A State-owned public access site is located on the eastern shore, and has a hard-surfaced ramp to launch your boats. The property has a high level building site, and has a new installation Well and Septic Evaluation Report on file. The property has a vegetated slope to the water's edge. There is year round access from a private road to this parcel and electricity is available at the road side. If you are seeking a beautiful lake property you will want to see this one!