Straddling the Menominee River, the site includes property located in the southwest portion of Dickinson County, Michigan and the Northeast portion of Marinette County, Wisconsin. The Menominee River is a scenic and recreational waterway and a destination for the sportsman. The topography of the site is characterized by gently rolling terrain including bedrock outcrops. Elevations range from about +870 above mean sea level (msl) along the banks of the river to over +1000 feet msl on the higher plateau of the Michigan property. Local topography is generally the result of ground moraine and outwash deposits over Precambrian age schists and greenstones. This bedrock surface is characterized by rugged, uneven pre-glacial topography. Niagara is an Iroquois word that means "thundering waters" and the Niagara Escarpment, responsible for the famous Niagara Falls between New York and the Canadian province of Ontario, is the same geologic feature that creates the exposed bedrock cliffs, the most prominent topographic feature of the Niagara Development property.