Michigan

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Antrim County is a land of natural beauty. In winter, it is blanketed with an abundance of snow, creating the ideal cross country skiing and snowmobiling conditions.  In spring, the sweet smell of maple syrup can be detected near local farms. By June, Wetzel Lake becomes active with swimmers, and numerous golf courses are in full swing. The incredible views are a must see during the fall, when colors turn and harvest season begins.

Berrien County is blessed with some of the most beautiful and scenic overlooks.  It is located in southwest Michigan right on the east side of Lake Michigan.  While known today as the twin to its more resort-town sister, St. Joseph, Benton Harbor has strong roots to an agricultural past and offers a quieter destination.  Benton Harbor overlooks the sparkling waters of Lake Michigan and offers immense opportunities for recreation, entertainment, business enterprises and affordable housing..  Plus it’s also the wine connoisseur’s dream.  

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Located at the bottom of Saginaw Bay on Lake Huron, this area has been inhabited for over 5,000 years.  Rifle, Au Gres, and Pine Rivers made for excellent fishing and canoeing routes.  Arenac County is perfect for outdoor-lovers, with plenty of canoeing, hunting, and fishing.  Camping and swimming are also available at many inland sites and parks.  

 Tuscola County is one of five counties in the Thumb region of Michigan. Like the rest of the thumb, Tuscola County enjoys a diverse array of seasonal activities including tourism from larger cities like Flint, Detroit and Saginaw.  The area boasts of boating, campgrounds, theaters, marinas, museums, parks, golf courses, and much more!  The county was created by Michigan Law on April 1, 1840, from land in Sanilac County and attached to Saginaw County.   As of the 2010 census, the population was 55,729. 

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Gladwin County is rich in forestry and nearby to beautiful waterways including miles of rivers and streams along with over 50 lakes.  Its topography is gently rolling and picturesque.  Gladwin is one of the newer counties of Northern Michigan with the first settlers, most of them lumbermen, located in about 1863 at the southwestern part of the county at what is now Beaverton.  There are numerous local parks with many hiking, fishing, and camping destinations.  It’s is an outdoor enthusiast’s dream.  Plus, enjoy Beaverton, a walkable city with a strong sense of community that is seldom found in this busy world.

Nestled in the southwest portion of Michigan’s lower peninsula, Allegan is a beautiful outdoor paradise!  Its lakes, forests, hills, and valleys are suitable for any beach-goer, fisherman, hiker, skier, swimmer, runner, cyclist, parks-and-recreation enthusiast, and nature lover. It is an area of incredible scenic beauty and historical significance, with many parts of the county existing much as they did 100 years ago.  

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Whether it be shopping or dining downtown, basking in nature, hiking through parks and trails, or relaxing in the sun and sand, Kent County has something for everyone!  Kent County is home to over 30 county parks ready to be explored. This property is less than 20 minutes from the most expansive of the county parks, Millennium Park Beach. Head there to enjoy a 6-acre beach with access to swimming or boat rentals on a clear 100-acre lake.  Lake Michigan is only 40 minutes away! There is always something to do in town. The food/drink scene is fantastic, and new businesses grow every year. This area is becoming a cuisine hub and already is a beer hub (Beer City, USA!) and an art capital in the fall.

Lakes. That’s why it’s called Lake County, blessed with over 100 Lakes. That’s why it’s called Lake County, blessed with over 100 lakes of all shapes and sizes. Big Star Lake and Wolf Lake are the largest, offering fishing for pike, bass, and pan-fish. There are also several blue ribbon class trout rivers.  The Pere Marquette, the Pine, and the Little Manistee are two of the 16 National Wild and Scenic Rivers in Michigan. The Manistee National Forest and the Pere Marquette State Forest cover over 48% of Lake County and offer limitless hiking, hunting, birding, cross country skiing, and wildlife viewing opportunities.

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Our lots are located in Quinnesec, Michigan, within Dickinson County. If you are looking for an adventure, you can certainly find it in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula! Besides thrilling wilderness adventures, you can also enjoy natural serenity, historical attractions, and four-season beauty. 

This lot is a 1 mile walk to the Menominee River, a popular whitewater rafting destination! Thrill seekers can head over to Piers Gorge for water sport rentals or a 3-hour whitewater rafting tour! 

Fumee Lake and Lake Antoine are a convenient 5-minute drive away, and Pine Grove Country Club, Pine Mountain Ski & Golf Resort, and Timberstone Golf Course just a 15-minute drive away! Enjoy resorts, horseback riding, cross country skiing, biking, hiking, bird watching, canoeing, kayaking, whitewater rafting, rock climbing, golf, fishing, snowmobiles, fascinating history attractions, craft beers. Other local attractions include Big 10 Sports Bar & Grill, Northwoods Adventures, Menominee Riverside Trails, Cowboy Lake Park, and it is within driving distance to beautiful Lake Michigan!

Splash around at Sunday Lake, Camp & Swim at Lake Gogebic County Park, and enjoy the scenery as you walk through the Stone Arch Keystone Black River Bridge!
This lot is conveniently located less than 10 minutes from Blackjack Mountains and Indianhead Mountain Big Snow Resorts, Bluff Valley Park, Alpine Campground & RV Park and Route 2! Another ten minutes of driving, and you will find the Gogebic-Iron County Airport, Shopping Malls, Grocery Stores and more! Looking for more? Lake Gogebic County Park & Lake is only a short 30-minute drive from this 0.31 acre lot, where you can camp for $25.00 a night which includes access to the swimming area, access to the pier, playground, picnic area & restrooms.
Did I forget to mention that the largest Great Lake, Lake Superior, is less than 45 minutes away!

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Don't miss this opportunity to enjoy the beauty of Michigan's Upper Peninsula and historic Iron County. There are no finer hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, four wheeling, golfing, hiking, or skiing opportunities anywhere in the country.

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If you are looking for a clean and stress-free lifestyle with all of the qualities that today's families require, this property is for you! It is well-suited to be the perfect location for your primary residence, or to be an ideal getaway for vacations. 

Once a major mining town hub, the city of Iron River is reinventing itself to create a rewarding quality of life.  The Iron River, a Blue Ribbon Trout Stream flows through the City.  A few of the city’s wonderful attributes are the Apple Blossom Hiking Trail, the Upper Peninsula Championship Rodeo and the Iron County Historical Museum.  Tourists who come to the area to ski, snowmobile, hunt, fish, hike, bike, and enjoy its breathtaking natural beauty.

 City life doesn’t have to be crowded and stressful. Wilderness life doesn’t have to be isolated and serene. These two very different worlds complement each other along the shores of Lake Superior in Marquette County!

From exploring the striking blues of Lake Superior and breathtaking evergreen hikes to seriously spectacular starry nights, Marquette County, MI is an outdoor lover's paradise. Bike, run or hike over 100 miles of pristine trails. Paddle, swim, or fish inland lakes big or small or the Greatest Lake of them all. Then hit the town for fresh & delicious local food and brews, and unique summertime finds.

Marquette is the Upper Peninsula’s largest city. Home to a university and maintaining a strong economic base, it’s culturally sophisticated. Yet it’s still a wilderness at heart. Marquette enjoys its wild side at Presque Isle Park, a 323-acre forested peninsula which juts into Lake Superior. See one hundred species of native plants and diverse landscapes including pebble beaches, rocky cliffs, bogs, and forest.

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Located along the sandy shores of Lake Michigan, Schoolcraft County stretches north past Indian Lake, almost to Lake Superior. From misty sunrise to constellation-glimmering night, this is a natural playground for the wave wader to the most avid outdoors enthusiast.

Schoolcraft County has bragging rights to untamed shorelines, verdant forests and inland waterways. Hike, paddle or drive through the amazing Seney National Wildlife Refuge to explore thousands of acres teeming with wildlife. Watch otters slide down riverbanks, osprey soar across azure skies, or to spy elusive wolves, minks, black bear, eagles, moose and more. Lose yourself in natural surroundings and leave the world behind.
A nearly two-mile boardwalk along Lake Michigan ends at the picturesque red Manistique East Breakwater Light and fishing pier.   Cast your line for steelhead and salmon in the spring and fall or watch some of the most stunning sunsets all year.

Welcome to Cadillac, Michigan, where you are steps away from Lake Mitchell! If you walk around the edge of the lake, you'll find Hemlock Campground and Mollyritaville Restaurant.

Take a 10-minute drive over to William Mitchell State Park, a popular camping, fishing, and boating destination. The park is situated between Lake Mitchell & Lake Cadillac. 

Besides Lake Cadillac & Mitchell, you can enjoy Kenwood Hertigage Park,  Cadillac Country Club, Lost Pines Lodge, Caberfae Peaks, Dobson Bridge River Access, Evergreen Golf Resort, and more! People come to the community year-round to enjoy activities such as fishing, boating, swimming, kayaking and canoeing, ice fishing, and snowmobiling. 

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Welcome to Chippewa County, Michigan! Experience rushing waterfalls, majestic forests, rocky coastlines and picturesque lighthouses. This one acre lot is located conveniently to I-75, Brimley Beach & State Park, Izaak Walton and Waiska Bays, Bay Mills Resorts & Casino, Nature Preserves, Sherman Park, Lake Superior State University, 4-Mile Beach, St. Marys River, and Lake Nicolet. You'll never run out of year-round fun in Chippewa County!

Build your dream home for vacations or full time living in beautiful Lake Arrowhead, a private community of six subdivisions surrounding Buhl Lake in Otsego county near Gaylord, Michigan.

Amenities include a campground, private roads, parks, a pool, and more. You'll be close to outstanding recreational facilities and the finest natural resources Michigan has to offer.

Located in the center of Northern Lower Michigan's Snow Belt, the Gaylord area averages 180 inches of snow annually. Surrounded by rolling hills, thousands of acres of unspoiled forests, and numerous winter activities, Gaylord is quickly emerging as a preferred winter destination.

The newest snowmobile trail from Gaylord to Indian River is "the crown jewel of snowmobile trails" in northern Michigan. The trail runs along an abandoned railroad corridor, crosses the Sturgeon River, and winds through some of the most spectacular scenery in northern Michigan.

Alpine Village of Gaylord is known to Michiganders as "The Ski Capital of Michigan." Visitors will enjoy a variety of local attractions, picturesque scenery, and a charming downtown shopping district.
 

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This beautiful wooded lot is located in Garland Woods Golf Resort. This resort features a spectacular golf course, food, and skiing. Do not miss out on this opportunity! 

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This property is a short drive to Little Bear Lake, Snyder Lake, and Tee Lake, which feature plenty of water activties. 

Oscoda County is known for its natural beauty, friendly people and strong community spirit. Located within the Huron National Forest, deep in the heart of the AuSable River Valley, our location is excellent for both tourism and business.

Life here is simple and good! We enjoy four seasons of recreational activities due to our beautiful lakes, rushing rivers, abundant wildlife and unpolluted forests. And our county, unlike most of Michigan’s lower peninsula, still has ample room for it’s people to put down roots and grow!

With terrific school systems, outstanding natural resources and dependable government services, Oscoda County offers rural living at it’s very finest!