Marsin Nature Retreat and Preserve

52864 Red Brick Road
Houghton
MI 49931

Marsin Nature Retreat and Preserve

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Located near Oskar Bay, the Preserve includes forested and shrubby areas with scattered wet meadows and that slope to a small upland area. An eagle's nest is visible from the property. Hiking Trail is accessible from a parking area off Red Brick Road and passes through an open field and a cedar swamp.

The late Mary Sinish donated 56 acres of land including her two homes along 900 feet of shoreline on the Portage waterway to the Keweenaw Land Trust. Today the homes are used as retreat center facilities for a diversity of non-profit organizations in the region.

906-482-0820

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