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Allegan county is located in Southwest Region of Michigan’s Lower Penisula. Allegan County has a land area of 825.23 square miles and a water area of 1,008.06 square miles. Allegan County ranks 18th in the state of Michigan in population. Allegan County offers a variety of outdoor attractions from its magnificent Lake Michigan shorelines, countless inland lakes, twisting streams and rivers to mighty forests, family farms and other historical sites. If you are into the outdoors, you are in no short supply of attractions.
Allegan County contains a wide range of deer habitats. Early and mid-successional ecosystems produce enough food and cover resources to support the local deer population. Farming accounts for over half of the county’s private land with forest areas scatterd throughout. The area’s soils range from hard clays to muck and sandy mixtures. These dry sandy soils support a variety of oak, pine, and red maple trees. It has approximately 50,700 acres of State Game Area (SGA) Land, which account for roughly 9% of the county’s total land. Allegan SGA has wetland systems dominated by marshy vegetation, along with pockets of lowland conifers and shrub species.
Ample hunting opportunities are available since hunters may self-regulate antlerless deer harvest for a variety of reasons, including a sense of too few deer. The deer population in Allegan County have been growing over the past three years. Whitetail deer, grouse, bear, ducks, turkey, and geese are among the game species available for hunting along the farm land, vacant land, waterfront, and hunting land for sale by Michigan Whitetail Properties in Allegan County, Michigan.