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Mason County is near the center of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula. Mason County has a land area of 495.07 square miles and a water area of 747.37 square miles. The county is ranked 50th in population for the state of Michigan. Mason County is heavily reliant on agriculture. Row crops, orchards, and speciality crops such as carrots, squash, pumpkins, and asparagus are grown on local farmland. Farming is localized in the county’s center and western regions on fine-textured glacial till plains and flat end moraine ridges. Orchards are also found along the lakeshore’s moraine ridges.
The Big Sable, Lincoln, and Pere Marquette are river systems found running through Mason County. These river corridors serves as essential lowland habitat and migration pathways for deer and other wildlife. The deer population appears to have grown during the last five years, due to a series of warm winters and a continuous decrease in hunter numbers. 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 Mason County, Michigan.