Remote 640 Acre Upper Michigan Recreational Parcel! This 640-Acre wooded parcel is location in L'Anse Township, in Baraga County in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. It is in the heart of the wilderness and has a branch of the Peshekee River going through it! Mount Curwood, the second highest point (1967 Ft.) in Michigan is just two miles to the west. The diverse ecological landscape serves as habitat for a variety of mammals and birds and is also known for Michigan Wildflowers. Beaver, Black bear, Fox, Mink, Moose, Otter, Squirrels, Snowshoe hare, Whitetail deer and Wolves are at home here - and Bald eagle, Loon, and Pileated Woodpecker sightings are common. Hunting for Trophy Black bear and Whitetail deer and Grouse is available on the property, as well as for upland game species. There is good Seasonal Access via the Peshekee Grade/Huron Bay Grade Road, which touches the north-eastern corner of the property. A select cut of marketable timber was done about 19 years ago. Plan your tour!