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About Michigan

The Wolverine state encompasses 61.8 million acres, just over 96,716 square miles. Located in the upper midwestern region of the United States, the majority of its borders are formed by the Great Lakes. Neighboring states include Wisconsin, Indiana, and Ohio.
Michigan’s name derives from an Indian word, “Michigama,” meaning “great or large lake.” Michigan became the 26th state of the union in 1837.
It’s nicknamed the Wolverine State because of all the wolverines that once roamed the peninsula. The state flower is the Apple Blossom, and the state bird is the American Robin.
Michigan is made up of 83 counties. Lansing is the capital and the 6th largest city. Detroit is the largest city.

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Van Buren County, MI
This 115.7 +/- acre sportsman paradise located in Bloomindale, MI. has it all! Drive back 1000FT to a secluded beautiful 1560 SQ. FT modular home with 2 car garage and 40X60 pole barn both only 8 years old.  The home consists of 3 bedrooms and 2...
115.7± Acres
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$1,100,000
Cass County, MI
Country living at its best! This one has it all! 73.4+/- acres with a 1600 SQ FT ranch home built in 2015 with high end finishes throughout.  Hickory hard wood floors, custom Amish made knotty alder cabinets and vanities with quartz counter tops...
73.4± Acres
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$799,900
Van Buren County, MI
PRICE REDUCED! A must-see property with woods, tillable and grasslands located in Van Buren County Michigan! 66+/- acres with approximately 40+/- acres tillable for potential income. Unique parcel with great hunting. Excellent cover to hold mature de...
66± Acres
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$356,000
Under Contract
Van Buren County, MI
66.07+/- acre secluded hunting parcel with everything you want for a whitetail haven. This property is located at a dead-end road with extreme privacy. Very diverse terrain with a mix of tillable, woods and canary grass for bedding. Excellent deer si...
66.07± Acres
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$317,000
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Cass County, MI
Very rare find 40+/- acre hunting parcel in Marcellus, MI. This area is known for big bucks! The property has it all, mature timber, fields, lowland marsh, stream, food plots and established trail system. If you have been looking for a hunting parcel...
40± Acres
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$254,900
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Regions

Michigan’s two main land regions are the Superior Upland and the Great Lakes Plains.

Agriculture

Agriculture continues to be an important industry for the Wolverine State, generating about $104.7 billion in annual revenues. There are approximately 47,600 farms in the state, covering 10 million acres. The average size farm comprises 211 acres. Agriculture makes a significant contribution to all 83 counties.
Michigan’s top commodities are apples, dairy products (specifically milk), soybeans, corn, and potatoes. Michigan is also a national leader in the production of asparagus, black beans, cucumbers, and squash. Most of the cropland is found in the southern half of the lower peninsula region of the state.

Wildlife

Michigan wildlife is abundant on both land and water. Elk, moose, bear, white-tailed deer, cougar, wild turkey, and lynx are found throughout the state. With the largest state park and state forest system of the nation, Michigan is committed to conserving its land, waters, and wildlife habitats.
The most popular fish found in the Great Lakes are yellow perch and walleye. Additional cold-water and warm-water fishing opportunities include largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, sunfish, crappie, rock bass, lake trout, and salmon.

Major Rivers and Lakes

Michigan’s main rivers include the Grand River, Muskegon River, and St. Joseph River. Their main tributaries include the Portage River, Red Cedar River, Hersey River, Coldwater River, and Nottawa River.
Lake Michigan-Huron, the largest lake in Michigan, is located on the Saint Clair River. The surface area of this lake is approximately 28.9 million acres (45,300 square miles). Other large lakes include Lake Superior and Lake Erie which exceed 26.6 million surface area acres.

State and National Parks

Michigan has 101 state parks and 7 national parks.

National Parks:

  • Isle Royale National Park
  • Keweenaw National Historical Park
  • North Country National Scenic Trail
  • Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore
  • River Basin National Battlefield Park
  • Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore

  • State Summary
    Nickname Wolverine State
    Neighboring States Wisconsin, Indiana, and Ohio
    Regions Superior Upland and Great Lakes Plains
    State Flower Apple Blossom
    State Bird American Robin
    Big Game Bear, deer, and elk
    Small Game Turkey, waterfowl, and trapping/fur harvesting/td>
    Freshwater Fish Lake trout, brown trout, walleye, salmon, steelhead, and bass
    Saltwater Fish N/A
    Hunting Information https://www.michigan.gov/dnr/things-to-do/hunting
    Total Acreage 61.8 million acres/td>
    Total Public Land Acreage 4.6 million acres
    Average Annual Rainfall 38 inches
    Farmland by Acreage 10 million acres
    Woodlands by Acreage 19.3 million acres
    Coastline N/A
    Conservation Program https://www.nrcs.usda.gov/wps/portal/nrcs/mi/programs/
    Primary Crops Apples and Corn
    Main Rivers Grand River, Muskegon River, and St. Joseph River
    Largest Lake Lake Michigan-Huron
    Other Lakes Lake Superior, Lake Erie, and Lake Saint Clair
    Other Tributaries Portage River, Red Cedar River, Hersey River, Coldwater River, and Nottawa River

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