(michigan deer management unit 007) rustic michigan hunting cabin for sale - this 38.62-acre parcel is north-east of the historic village of herman, in central baraga county, in michigan??S upper peninsula! This historic settlement was founded by herman keranen a finnish logger and farmer. Herman was flourishing in the early 1900s - a community that supported the areas lumber camps and productive farms. At one time the village had stores, a hotel, pool hall, community building, school, post office and grist mill. The primary access to herman village during that time was via the duluth south shore and atlantic railway (now called the canadian national railway), and another important village building, was the depot. Now accessed by a paved road, just five miles from a us highway, this quaint village is composed today of year-round and seasonal homes. The property is located in the michigan deer management unit 007, which is 1, 788 square miles in size and it made up of the northern parts of baraga and marquette counties, and part of north-western alger county. This area has miles of lake superior shoreline on its northern border, and the winter weather and snow depths are influenced by "lake effect". The property being offered for sale is gently rolling, and the forest lands are composed of balsam, black cherry, eastern hemlock, eastern white pine, northern red oak, paper birch, red maple, sugar maple, and yellow birch, which offer habitat for whitetail deer and other forest wildlife. The property has trails and ground blinds. The southern border of the property is adjacent to many thousands of acres of corporate cfa land for walk-in access for hunting, trapping, and fishing. The area also provides black bear, and grouse hunting! The rustic cabin structure is made up of a travel trailer with a screened porch, covered by a roof. The current owners bring in their drinking and cooking water, and bring in a small generator to take care of their minimal electrical needs.