The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will be selling state-managed land in 14 counties during a series of online public auctions in August and September.
A total of 97 parcels in the 14 counties are up for grabs and include lake frontage, trail access, small lots to extend a neighborhood lot and more.
The DNR says that after careful consideration it determined the parcels are “much better suited for private ownership.”
One of the 14 auctions will include parcels from northeast Michigan. Properties in Alcona County will head to the auction block on Thursday, August 12.
For more information about the sale of DNR properties can be found at Tax-Sale.info/.
Auction proceeds will help provide future outdoor recreation opportunities in keeping with the DNR’s mission to conserve, protect and manage the state’s natural and cultural resources for the use and enjoyment of current and future generations.