1,024 acres. Frontage: 9,000 feet on Lake Superior. This large protected area in the Upper Peninsula provides excellent habitat for many species including black bear, wolves, moose and bobcat. It lies within a major flyway for migrating waterfowl and other birds. A 1-1/2-mile inland trail and viewing area are accessible from the parking area. A paved road crosses the northeast segment of the preserve and runs within a short distance of the lake. Parking lot is located at the end of a paved road which runs east of Birch Point Road 1/2-mile north of 6-Mile Road.