CLC Lands & Private Lakes, Inc.’s Lost Lake property is a 10-acre kidney bean shaped private lake with superior seasonal access provided by County Road 422 which runs through the 40-acre property. Because of the type of surrounding land ownership, no one else is ever going to build on this lake, which essentially provides exclusive private lake use. There is direct access to the lake by a preexisting forest road. When you add in a ready-made clearing overlooking the water, you have an immediately buildable location. If you prefer a construction site that offers a view, there are other places to build across the road where the elevation is higher. The woods are primarily maple, and this is a three-season recreational property. There are no utilities. Electricity could be provided by a generator or solar panels, heat by propane or wood, and water through a well. A private septic system can complete your service needs. The lake was stocked with brook trout by Michigan’s Department of Natural Resources in the 1980s. The fish are no longer managed, but the DNR lists Lost Lake as a mixed-fishery of warm and cool water species.
From Seney, head north on M-77 for 9.5-miles to the Tahquamenon Truck Trail. Turn right. Take Tahquamenon Truck Trail for 7.8 miles to the property, which is located on the right.
The Tahquamenon Truck Trail is also known as County Road 451 in Schoolcraft County. It becomes County Road 422 and is called Camp 9 Road when it crosses into Luce County.