422 acres. Frontage: over two miles on the St. Mary's River. One of Little Traverse Conservancy's largest, wildest and most remote nature preserves. Its pristine wetland and shoreline habitats make it important for migratory birds and wildlife. Relatively easy to access. From the parking area an old road leads to the shore and southward to a large beaver pond. The preserve is located on Sugar Island; access is by ferry from Sault Ste. Marie. Parking area is on Homestead Road (Brasser Road) about 11 miles south of 1-1/2-Mile Road.