LAKE ACCESS or FLOAT PLANE ACCESS
FRONTAGE ON TWO LAKES
This 160 acre property is located in Patton Township, in the District of Algoma.
Patton Township is AN UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.
The property fronts on both Chiblow Lake and on Horn Lake.
Chiblow Lake is located 20 minutes north of Iron Bridge, Ontario on Chiblow Lake Road.
It’s 1 hour and 30 minutes east of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, and 2 hours and 30 minutes from Sudbury, Ontario.
The property is located in PATTON Township about 38 kilometers north of the Town of Blind River, Ontario.
Patton Township is AN UNORGINIZED TOWNSHIP
The benefits of an unorganized township are as follows;
NO OFFICIAL PLAN
NO ZONING BY-LAWS
NO ZONING RESTRICTIONS
NO BUILDING PERMITS REQUIRED
You can build what you want, use the property for whatever use you want, build as small or as big as you want, build as many buildings as you want.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
This is a 160 acre property that has frontage on TWO LAKES, Chiblow Lake and on Horn Lake.
The property enjoys about 522 feet of frontage on Chiblow Lake.
The property also enjoys about 452 feet of frontage on Horn Lake.
A review of the topographic maps shows that this property has rolling hills throughout the parcel.
Ranging from 250 metes above sea level to 290 meters above sea level.
The property has never been harvested, which means it is full of beautiful mature trees.
Tree rights come with this property (except for pine trees), so you can use the timber to build your own cabin.
This parcel fronts on both Chiblow lake and Horn Lake, giving you access to unlimited fishing adventures.
This property is WATER ACCESS or FLOAT PLANE ACCESS ONLY.
Easiest access is to launch from the Chiblow Lake Lodge to the property as it is a short 3.75 kilometers or 2.3 mile boat ride.
Depending on what size motor it could take you 5 minutes to 15 minutes to get to the property.
Chiblow Lake Lodge is located within a 4 km’s boat ride from the subject property.
Chiblow Lake Lodge has a public boat launch and parking area for a small fee.
As of August 2022, the fee is $10 per visit.
There is no access through the land as this property is surrounded by Mississauga First Nation’s Reserve.
We did a search of the original patent of this property and find that this property was patented on October 26, 1909 and comes with the following rights;
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY except for pine trees which are reserved to the crown.
TREES ON THE PROPERTY
Trees on the property are a very good mis of hardwoods like Maple Trees, Oak Trees, Poplar Trees, Birch Trees and softwoods like Spruce Trees and the odd Red Pine.
ABOUT CHIBLOW LAKE, LITTLE CHIBLOW LAKE AND HORN LAKE
Chiblow Lake is famous for great fishing and hunting.
According to the MNR Fish-On-Line website Chiblow lake has a surface area of 1,801.6 Hectares or about 4,451 acres.
It has a maximum depth of 70.1 meters or about 229.98 feet.
It has an average depth of 21.3 meters or about 69.88 feet.
LITTLE CHIBLOW LAKE
According to the MNR Fish-On-Line website Little Chiblow Lake has a surface area of 637.9 Hectares or about 1,576 acres.
It has a maximum depth of 38.1 meters or about 125 feet.
It has an average depth of 17.3 meters or about 56.7 feet.
According to the MNR Fish-On-Line website Horn Lake has a surface area of 13 hectares or about 32 acres and has Perch in its waters.
LIKE TO FISH?
The lake is closed for fishing from October 1 to the third Saturday in April of the following year.
Located in Fisheries Management Zone 10 under the MNR.
Fish Species in Chiblow Lake include the following fish:
Walleye Northern pike
Largemouth Bass, Smallmouth Bass
LIKE TO HUNT?
This parcel of land gives you a large 160-acres to set up your tree stands and feeders, and to find the best spots to spend time with your friends and family while you hunt.
Enjoy the Autumn colours while you lead your family into the woods for small and large game hunting.
This property is located in WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNIT (WMU) 30.
WHAT CAN YOU DO IN THIS AREA?
As we mentioned, this area is a prime location for hunting and fishing, but other than that, what can you do in this area?
There are many river systems that give the adventure seeker endless options to explore. Whether it’s a multi-day portage trip, or just taking your kayak to some rapids, Algoma has endless options for you.
If getting wet isn’t your thing, then you can take your ATV out to the endless trails that run through the forests of Algoma.
And of course, in the Winter, you can spend your days ice-fishing, snowmobile riding, or cross-country skiing.