Rare 20 acre parcel with a mix of local and Native American history as well as part of the locally famous 'Rabbits Back Peak' a 'seastack' (rock) resting on the site with a part of the peak on Hiawatha Federal Forest. In the 1900s the land was used as a navigational point by ships being the highest lookout pte. around. Lake Huron access is over federal land and easements. 4 min. to downtown St. Ignace, Mackinac Bridge and snow/ATV trail system. Close to rivers, inland and great lakes and just a few minutes to local dining, area attractions and Kewadin Casino. Abuts 100 acres of public land & Lake Huron shoreline.& views of Mackinac Island. Wildlife and birding area with old camp roads throughout. 3 adjoining lake lots for sale. See website for additional history and folk lore.
Lakes: Lake Huron
Schools: St. Ignace Area Schools