Embrace the rich history of Michigan's Upper Peninsula with your very own piece of rural heritage! Welcome to the "Grange Hall," a charming time capsule from the late 1800s that once served as the heartbeat of the rural and agricultural community, akin to the vital township halls of today. As you step inside, imagine the stories these knotty pine walls could share, whispering a tale of community gatherings and shared moments! This hidden gem, though a "diamond in the rough," stands ready to become the cornerstone of your UP adventures. Nestled within a stone's throw of national forests, it's a gateway to endless outdoor experiences. Just up the road, the welcoming Jack Pine Lodge awaits, providing a perfect respite to quench your guests' thirst and satisfy their hunger after exhilarating trail rides. Original features like hardwood floors, the performance stage, wainscoting, beadboard ceilings, and knotty pine paneling are the perfect backdrop for countless ways to repurpose the property. There's room to park your trailers here, too. Situated approximately 15 miles to the south, Manistique and, about 30 miles to the north, Munising beckon with their enchanting Lake Michigan and Lake Superior shorelines. Here, you can replenish your provisions while immersing yourself in the unique culture and beauty of these coastal towns. Appreciate the past, create new memories, and make this historical treasure your own. The Grange Hall awaits, ready to play an important role in your Upper Peninsula story.
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