CLC Lands & Private Lakes, Inc.’s Belle Lake Northwest property has 450 feet of water frontage on the Northwestern shore of Belle Lake. There are no utility services to this wilderness lake, but there are plenty of fish. This lake has been stocked annually with walleye and splake by Michigan’s Department of Natural Resources. The main body of Belle Lake is over 100 acres in size and 70 feet deep. The clear waters support a variety of fish species including smallmouth bass, northern pike, walleye, splake, perch, and rock bass. The upland hardwood forest on this property has been recently thinned, and the rolling terrain provides many suitable building sites. This property is zoned in Luce County’s Lake (L-2) District, which has a minimum lot size requirement of 150 feet of frontage and 40,000 square feet. Approximately one acre of this parcel is submerged under Belle Lake, leaving 39 acres of usable land and 450 feet of lake frontage. Woods roads extending from County Road 422 provide seasonal vehicle access to this parcel. This property is currently enrolled in Michigan’s Commercial Forest Act.
From Grand Marais, head south on M-77 for 16 miles to the Tahquamenon Truck Trail (County Road 451/422). Turn left (east). Head east on the Tahquamenon Truck Trail for 7.2 miles to Belle Lake Trail. Turn left (north). Head north on Belle Lake Trail for one mile to the property.
From Seney, head north on M-77 for 7.7-miles to the Tahquamenon Truck Trail (County Road 451/422). Turn right (east). Head east on the Tahquamenon Truck Trail for 7.2 miles to Belle Lake Trail. Turn left (north). Head north on Belle Lake Trail for one mile to the property.