Bracken Tract

This property, encompassing nearly 200 hectares, was donated by George and Margaret Bracken in memory of George‚Äôs parents. This tract is located near Newboro and has extensive frontage on Newboro Lake. The majority of the Bracken tract is composed of open field (which provides grazing for a few cattle), with the rest of the tract being covered in moderately old forest dominated by maple, ironwood, basswood and ash trees. The tract also contains wet woodlands and swampy areas boarding the lake as well as several small islands that once were home to an iron mine.