Hunting / Farm Land, Country Homes & Estates for sale in Mackinac County, MI

Mackinac County is in Northern Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Mackinac County has a land area of 1,021.57 square miles and a water area of 1,079.07 square miles. The county is ranked 24th in population for the state of Michigan. State land encompasses around 40% of the county’s land while 60 % of the land is private land. There’s extensive areas of corporate forest land along with a 35,000 acre private hunting club. Hunting camps are prevalent and may be found throughout the county.

Mackinac County has multiple blocks of profitable agricultural lands (row crops and cattle) that have larger deer populations than state forest lands. The county is mostly located in the moderate snowfall zone. Winter is a limiting element for the deer herd, so most deer migrate to deer wintering complexes (DWCs) in the DMU, where conifer cover gives some shelter from wintering conditions.

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