This pretty well as close as you can get to Lake Nipigon without being on the lake itself.
Orient Bay is within the boundary of The Municipality of Greenstone .
Located on Highway 11 at Orient Bay right across from the Royal Windsor resort.
This property is about 50 Kilometers or 30 Miles N/E of the Town of Nipigon, Ontario.
The property has a total size of 1 ½ acres (ONE AND A HALF ACRES).
The property size is 299.13 feet of frontage along Highway 11 and a depth of 212.3 feet.
Fully wooded with plenty of mature trees.
All you need to do is clear out your building site, get a building permit and build that summer cottage.
There is a shared entrance to the property on the north side.
That entrance has been there for many years.
If you want your own private entrance, then you apply to the Ministry of Transportation for a permit.
We have a copy of a letter to a previous owner stating that an entrance permit would be issued.
There is a lot survey available.
We mention that the property is right across the highway from the Royal Windsor Lodge.
You can talk to the owners of the lodge, reach an accommodation and perhaps for a fee you can park and store your boat and launch your boat from their launch area.
The lodge is right on the Orient Bay of Lake Nipigon.
From here you can go north and into the main lake itself.
You can fish for Northern Pike, Walleye, Brook Trout, Lake Trout, Whitefish and Perch.
ALL WITHIN A VERY FEW MINUTES OF THIS PROPERTY.
For the hunters
This property is in WMU 21A
Build your cabin here and use it as your home base to hunt that vast Wildlife Management UNIT 21A
DID YOU KNOW?
Lake Nipigon is the 22nd largest freshwater lake in the world which empties into the largest freshwater lake in the world, Lake Superior, via the Nipigon River.
This river meanders through a 20 mile long canyon that forms what is referred to as Orient Bay.
Lake Nipigon: Not only was the largest brown trout ever caught on record caught right here, but the ice climbing around here is phenomenal.
The area with the most fresh water in the world coupled with a latitude of greater than 49 may make the novice ice climber sigh and think of the possibilities.
But, the ice climber with some experience venturing into unknown territory searching for the next frozen waterfall will start to feel a flutter in his stomach and his mouth start to water like it’s just been introduced to a juicy, freshly picked, and perfectly ripe nectarine on a hot summer day.
Orient Bay ice climbing is regarded by many as the one of the top ice climbing destinations in North America.
All of the climbs in Orient Bay form naturally.
The beauty of the valley is stunning and the grades of the climbs are varied enough to suit both the beginning lead climber to the expert.