This is a very diverse piece of land in north west Michigan's APR (antler point restriction) zone. The seller states that since the APR's were put in place several years ago, that the buck age structure, and hunting, has been much better! Check out the trail cam photos for proof of this. This 220 acres sits almost in the middle of a 2 mile by 5 mile section. The gently rolling terrain consists of oak and hard maple woods, cedar swamp, open fields, beaver ponds, and reed canary grass lowland meadows. There are plenty of open areas where food plots and early successional growth would provide more food. The neighboring property to the south and the west is in agriculture production, so there is plenty of food for the deer and other wildlife. Most, if not all, of the bordering properties are larger acreage.
8 enclosed box blinds are throughout the property, making for comfortable hunting with swivel office chairs and Mr. buddy heaters. There is a rustic cabin that is heated with propane. Electricity has been run to the property. The land sits at the end of an abandoned county road that has since been gated at the maintained 50th Avenue intersection, so this parcel technically does not have road frontage.