80 acres of hunting and recreation property located in the Huron Mountains of northern Marquette County. With solid road access off the Hub Cap Road from the Ford Road, this parcel is remote, yet accessible. The acreage is a diverse mix of upland hardwoods and thick low lying marsh that abuts the Cedar Creek drainage. Surrounded by mostly public lands, you’ll find this remote area to have a lot to offer for outdoor recreation. The deer hunting is historically outstanding with fairly low deer numbers, but big, mature bucks are taken on a regular basis in these hills. The vast open lands with varied terrain and cover provide opportunities not found in many locations. Bear and grouse hunting is good in this area also. The brook trout fishing is outstanding in nearby streams and small beaver ponds. If you like to snowmobile, this area can’t be beat for back country riding. Logging roads winding through the hills in a location that gets hammered with snow provide great conditions. A groomed trail leading from Big Bay to L’Anse is nearby also. Big Bay is a 20-minute drive to the East. You can also head 20 minutes west on a good road system to Baraga County where you’ll find the Huron Rivers and Huron Bay.