80-ACRE MICHIGAN WOODED RECREATIONAL PROPERTY FOR SALE! This tract is located in Meyer Township in northwestern Menominee County, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan! It can be found just 6.5 miles north-east of the main east-west US-2 Corridor which runs along the southern edge of the Upper Peninsula. To the south is the unincorporated village of Cunard, to the east, a Village named Hermansville that serves as the Township seat. There are year-round outdoor activities available on the property, and in every direction from the property being offered for sale! The parcel is enrolled in the Michigan Commercial Forest Act Plan, and thousands of acres of adjoining lands are also enrolled in this program, that allow you hunt, trap, and fish in season. But you may never have to leave the property offered for sale, because it is ideal for its Whitetail. Forestry in Section 1 includes balsam fir regeneration, swamp hardwoods, stands of sugar maple and cedar, all growing together. There is Cedar with a black ash understory. Black ash forest with some associated swamp conifer such as black spruce, cedar, and balsam fir. Areas of aspen regeneration. Some stocked aspen pole timber with balsam fir understory. Lowland brush along feeder stream to Spruce Creek and alder along Spruce Creek. If you enjoy snowmobiling or ATV'ing, Michigan Trail Number 2 is only a half-mile south of the property. It connects to Trails 16 further to the north, Trail 115 to the west, and to Trail 331 to the east. The Escanaba to Hermansville Rail Trail, follows the former Soo Line Railroad,and offers non-motorized Mountain Biking, Walking, Horse Riding and X-Country Skiing. It is also open to all-terrain vehicle (ATV) riders and snowmobilers. It offers a heavily wooded ride with scenic overlooks from three bridges. You can jump on this trail in nearby Hermansville, and go 25.5 miles to its end near the Upper Peninsula State Fairgrounds in Escanaba. For anglers, Menominee County offers several lakes, the Menominee River which forms the boundary between the northeast corner of Wisconsin and the southern tip of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, and miles of Lake Michigan frontage along its eastern border. For a private tour of this great U.P.Northern Get-A-Way contact us today!