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.  


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.

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.  


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.  

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!


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!

Welcome to Iosco County, Michigan, located in the northeast quarter of Michigan’s lower peninsula! Set peacefully along the shores of beautiful Lake Huron and the mighty Au Sable River, large portions of the county are forested and/or held in public ownership as national or state forest lands. 

Do you enjoy year-round recreational activities such as water sports, camping, fishing, hunting, cross country skiing, snowmobiling and more? Look no further!

Lakewood Shores is bordered on the east by Lake Huron and on the west by the Alpena State Forest. In the center, you can find Cedar Lake creating a water enthusiast's paradise! From canoeing to sunbathing, the community provides activities for water enthusiasts of all varieties.


Named after President Andrew Jackson, Jackson County is located in South Central Michigan, about 45 minutes South of Lansing County and about 45 minutes West of Ann Arbor. In about an hour and a half, you can arrive at Lake Erie, Detroit, or Toledo, Ohio!

This county boats the Grand River, the longest River in Michigan, at 260 miles long. Along with the river, you can find many restaurants, schools, golf courses, lakes, parks, and recreational activities. 

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.


Mecosta County truly is the 'County for Every Season.'  There is no better place to work, raise a family, or vacation.  The county's prospering rural economy allows our residents to enjoy a family-friendly atmosphere and a high quality of life.  The diversified economy of Mecosta County is centered on agriculture, higher education, and a broad range of manufacturing specialties which combined produces unparalleled economic stability.  

Enjoy over 100 lakes, streams and of course the mighty Muskegon River. All are perfect for fishing, tubing, canoeing or kayaking, boating and water-skiing. Take in the wonder of wildlife and scenic views.   It is also home to numerous festivals, events, dining, unique hometown shops and more.  Excite your taste buds at great dining venues, breweries and wineries. 

Welcome to Monroe County, Michigan’s Cornerstone. Monroe County is a anything but an afterthought. It's a historical and beautiful community set in the southeastern corner of Michigan, bordering Ohio to the south and Lake Erie to the east. Birthplace to world-changing, innovative ideas. Home to humble towns, quiet roads, and simple moments.  Natural beauty, openness, kindness.  A gateway to Michigan, but more than that, a symbol of the best of what Michigan has to offer.  The city of Monroe has impressive parks and recreation land – around 300 acres, in addition to the non-motorized River Raisin Heritage Trail. Parks contain a wide variety of recreation amenities, including picnic facilities, hiking, athletic fields, concert venues, war memorials, fishing, kayaking, boat launch, open space, and historical sites.


Osceola County is located in the west central portion of Michigan's lower peninsula.  The land is predominately agricultural and open space.  Although located in a rural setting Osceola County is within approximately an hour of several of Michigan's larger communities, such as Grand Rapids, Traverse City, and Mt. Pleasant.  Osceola County contains the highest point in Michigan’s Mid-Western Lower Peninsula and is also known for trout fishing. Yet, Osceola County still retains its tradition, and gives its residents the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of small community living while at the same time having access to the amenities found in larger urban areas.

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 its people to put down roots and grow!

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


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.


Welcome to Presque Isle, Michigan! Located in the Lower Peninsula, Presque Isle is an unspoiled environment of woods, water and other natural resources. This beautiful, four seasons county includes 72 miles of shoreline, which contain multiple lighthouses and marinas located on Lake Huron. 
Presque Isle also contains four state parks; Hoeft State Park, Onaway State Park, Rockport State Park, and Thompson Harbor State Park located also south of Rogers City. The beauty of this county is unmatched.  



Saginaw County contains three cities, 27 townships and five incorporated villages. Long known for its productive agricultural lands, lively culture, solid manufacturing base and bountiful natural resources, Saginaw County offers a rich and diverse quality of life enhanced and defined by a population willing to roll up their sleeves and make things happen.

Encompassing 810 square miles located within the heart of the Great Lakes Bay Region, Saginaw County is home to a vast system of waterways and woodlands as well as a wealth of nature preserves, trails and facilities that support a love for green spaces and active lifestyles. 

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 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.

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 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. 

The county was named for Martin Van Buren before he became president. He was U.S. Secretary of State and later Vice President under President Andrew Jackson; thus Van Buren is one of Michigan's "Cabinet counties". Van Buren County is naturally blessed with an idyllic medley of rolling highlands, lake & riverfront shores, and the beautifully forested lands of the Ozark Plateau.  Experience the unique beauty of the Ozark Mountains, with its waterfalls, natural bridges, and underground caverns. Here, the city-weary can savor the fresh mountain air and unwind by exploring quaint shops and delightful restaurants.


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 Heritage 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.