This 127-acre East Branch Fox River parcel comes with over 4,000 feet of frontage on one of the better trout streams in the Upper Peninsula. The East Branch Fox River is designated as a Type 1 trout stream by the Michigan DNR and is known locally as an excellent brook trout fishery. This property has paved year-round access on State Highway M-28, utility services, and old log camp. An undulating hardwood ridge in the southeastern portion of the property provides a westerly aspect overlooking the vast amount of river frontage. This 127-acre listing also happens to be located in one of the prime deer migration routes and offers excellent hunting opportunities. Whether you seek fishing, hunting, or a home site, the options are limitless for this unique property! There is a public access pull-off of State Highway M-28 on the south line of the property, as well as an active railroad grade in the northern portion of the property. Portions of this property are currently enrolled in Michigan’s Commercial Forest Act.
From “Robert’s Corner” in Newberry (where 123 meets M28), take M-28 west for 20 miles. The destination is on your right.
From Seney, take M28 east for 6.5 miles. The destination is on your left.