$499,900   •   336 Acres

Welcome to this exceptional 336 acre property offering endless outdoor recreation. Here on "Andalusia Acres" the word, Andalusia, means "to walk easy" in Spanish. Family and friends enjoy easy walks, and quiet time in the "cedar sanctuary," listening to the Monaghan Creek flow by and the sounds of "Mother Nature" in the air! The owners purchased this beautiful "Up North" property in March 2022 and regretfully are selling due to health reasons.LandPesque Isle County 336 acres featuring “Woods-Water-Wildlife”. This beautiful property has been a hunting camp since 1958. Clinton Creek Rd. is a county maintained road which dead ends a mile to the North. All of the large parcels are privately owned for many years making this a desirable ownership. The property features 336 acres of a diverse variety of terrain, woods, water, native bushes and grasses. The abundance of white oaks, maple, aspen, cedar trees and native bushes, along with the clover and pasture grass food plots provide for great habitat. The spring fed Monaghan Creek, the spring water hole and cedar swamp make for the ideal ecosystem for all wildlife. The extensive trails lead around to the 10 established rustic hunting shacks and a newer tower blind that overlooks a food plot and the spring water hole. Petoskey,  Brachiopod, and Horn Coral stones are plentiful throughout the property. RecreationFour Season outdoor recreation opportunities for Family and Friends. Excellent hunting for whitetail deer, turkey, small game and even bears have been seen on this property. Extensive trail system for the side by side, ATV’s, hiking, mountain biking, snowmobiling and snowshoeing. The owners love to explore, hike, cut fire wood, make natural crafts, harvest medicinal plants, ride ATV’s, hunt, and  enjoy sugaring in the late winter/early spring. According to a local expert, our trees produce delicious maple syrup and we agree! Also hunting for fossils such as Petoskeys,  Brachiopods, and Horn Corals is enjoyed by the “rockhound” or “stone collector” in the family. Outstanding opportunities close by for boating and fishing are Long Lake, Grand Lake and Lake Huron. Grand Lake is a 5,660 acre lake with 19 islands and is the largest lake in Presque Isle County. The Thunder Bay River is very desirable for kayaking, canoeing and fishing. Some of the best bicycle paths in northeast Michigan can be found along the shores of Grand Lake and Lake Huron. ATV and Side by Side Trails are the Atlanta / Brush Creek Trail. Hiking and Ski Trails are the popular Oqueoc Falls Pathway. The Black Mountain Recreation Area, located in northern Presque Isle County, offers a vast network of marked trails for hiking, ATV excursions, horseback riding, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling.  With over 30 miles available for hiking, 60 miles for off road vehicles, and 80 groomed miles for snowmobiling, the area is ideal for any type of outdoor adventure at any skill level.  Parking and trail access at Black Mountain are conveniently located at a number of locations, including the Black Lake State Forest Campground and the Twin Lakes State Forest Campground. Snowmobile Trails are the Millersburg Trail and Silver Creek Trail. The Presque Isle Sno-Trails Snowmobile Club grooms 132 miles of trails. Alpena Sportsman Club is a multi use facility, including an indoor shooting range, 100 yard outdoor range, 600 yard outdoor range, sporting clay course, outdoor archery range and the pavilion overlooking Zim Lake by the main building that includes a full kitchen. The County is home to three lighthouses and three marinas located on Lake Huron. The 40 Mile Pointe Lighthouse is at the new county park.  The four state parks, Hoeft State Park,  Onaway State Park,  Rockport State Park and the Thompson Harbor State Park which encompasses over 5000 acres of undeveloped beach dunes, upland and marshland to explore. Ocqueoc Falls is the lower Peninsula’s largest waterfall and is also the nation’s first universally accessible waterfall. “Waw-waugh-waugh-que-noc” (meaning sacred waters) was the name given by Native Americans to this beautiful river that is now called Ocqueoc. This hidden gem contains the largest falls in the Lower Peninsula, with four small rapids and a pool for splashing making this a fun destination for everyone to experience. This is truly a “Pure Michigan” recreation area.       Region & ClimatePresque Isle County located in Northeast Michigan has four distinct seasons. Enjoy the wonderful Summer days and beautiful Fall Colors and hunting seasons. Winter is for the outdoor adventurer.     LocationPosen is 8 miles. Alpena- 15 miles.  Rogers City -18 miles.  Long Lake- 1.5 miles.   Grand Lake- 2.5 miles.  Lake Huron-Thompson’s Harbor State Rec. Area- 5.5 miles.   Rockport State Rec Area- 4.5 miles. Alpena County Regional Airport in partnership with SkyWest Airlines operating as a Delta connection offers daily flights to Detroit with unlimited destinations.


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Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Hayden Outdoors Real Estate
Charles Raeth
Charles Raeth