UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP OF GOLDIE
OFF GRID LIVING
GREAT HUNTING LAND
CROWN LANDS ABUTTING
WEST OF THUNDER BAY ONTARIO
This 171 ACRE property is located in the unorganized township of Goldie, which is just about 40 minutes west of the city of Thunder Bay in beautiful Northwestern Ontario, Canada.
This area also known as Shabaqua, where Highways 11 and 17 split.
Highway 17 goes north onto the west coast of Canada.
Highway 11 continues west about 400 kilometers to Rainy River Ontario.
The Shabaqua area is the gateway to a wilderness wonderland.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
ALL TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
WANTING A SIMPLER LIFESTYLE?
Maybe you may want to homestead here.
Leave the hustle and bustle of city living.
This is an ideal location to set up an off-grid home or homestead and access all the area has to offer.
HOMESTEAD HERE and raise livestock, grow gardens and crops and teach meaningful values to the next generation.
A property this large can sustain a fairly large family or even two families if managed well.
Large homesteads in this size of acreage can provide a greater degree of self-sufficiency by setting aside some of the land as a woodlot, hayfields and providing room for orchards, ponds, poultry and livestock.
If you are interested in sustainable and regenerative agriculture, permaculture, forestry, rotational grazing etc. you will do well here.
YOU CAN DRIVE A CAR TO THE PROPERTY.
The Goldie Road is an all season gravel road that is well graded and in good condition.
You can easily get to the driveway entrance that is off the Goldie Road.
As you can see from the topographic images, the property has a rolling terrain. The south-east corner with high ground at 460 meters above sea-level, then slowly rolling down towards the north-west corner at 410 meters.
Here you will see that there is a seasonal creek and a pond.
On all our maps you can see the old skid trails in the property where they went in to haul the timber out on the logging trucks.
these trails have most likely grown in since 2009.
A nice location to set up a hunt cabin and explore the 1000's of acres of Crown lands that abut the western side of the property.
The property had been selectively harvest some time ago (estimated 2009).
The new growth coming up consists mostly of POPLAR TREES, SPRUCE TREES and BIRCH TREES.
A FEW THOUSAND ACRES OF CROWN LAND abuts this property to the east.
LIKE TO HUNT?
Like to hunt White tail Deer?
Like to hunt Moose?
Like to hunt Black Bear?
Like to hunt small game like Partridge or Rabbit?
This property is just within the WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNIT (WMU 13).
LIKE TO FISH?
If you like to fish, the Oskondaga River is just a stones throw away.
The Shebandowan River and Shebandowan Lake are only a few minutes drive from the property.
Very good pike, walleye and bass fishing!
PLEASE NOTE: HST, if applicable is included in the sale.