WANT TO OWN A NICE HUNTING PROPERTY?
Someplace where you can enjoy nature, build your hunt camp on and take your family to experience mother nature?
Wake up in the morning to breathe clean, crisp, fresh air?
This property is located in BERNHARDT TOWNSHIP in the District of Timiskaming in NORTHEASTERN ONTARIO.
Bernhardt Township is due north of the Town of Kirkland Lake.
You are still quite close to town yet it seems like you are in the middle of nowhere.
The property is midway between Goodfish Lake to the east and Greylava Lake to the west.
Total distance from this property to The Town Of Kirkland Lake is 6.5 kilometers.
Spring, Summer and Fall in northeastern Ontario are the best.
Fresh air, lots of sun and long, lazy days.
Especially in summer months when there is daylight up to almost 10 at night.
Absolutely perfect for getting out and exploring the great outdoors.
In August you should be able to see the NORTHERN LIGHTS on those clear nights.
OFF THE GRID
There is no access to electrical power here but you can certainly be off the grid and on solar power.
If you build a cabin you can choose from wiring a cabin for a generator or for solar power or for wind power or a combination of all or some of these.
You can also have propane lights and propane stove and fridge.
We are told that the cell service is quite good on this property.
A review of the patent reveals that
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
ALL TREES are reserved to the CROWN
Mining Rights were forfeited to the Crown in 2009.
This Township is AN ORGANIZED TOWNSHIP and the zoning on this property is Rural RA Zoning
A BUILDING PERMIT is required from the Municipality of Kirkland Lake for any building over 105 square feet.
SECTION 27: RURAL (RA) ZONE
27.2 Permitted Uses include the following
Agriculture Uses Agricultural‐Related Uses
Forestry and Logging Hobby Farm
Hunt Camp Outdoor Recreational Uses
Definition of a Hunt Camp
“A building used for the purpose of accommodating persons engaged in such activities as hunting, fishing,
snowmobiling, hiking or other similar forms of recreation. The Hunt Camp shall not be larger than 140 square meters
(1,506 square feet) and shall not have any servicing. “
Crown land abuts this property to the north and to the south and to the east.
The property abuts a privately owned property to the west.
(SEE THE AERIAL PHOTO SHOWING WHERE THE CROWN LANDS ARE).
Crown land abuts this property to the east and north and to the south.
There are NO NEIGHBOURS on these three sides.
The west side is bordered by a privately owned property.
There are ATV/ARGO trails on the Crown lands that can be accessed for hunting or exploring.
CLOSEST COMMUNITY and LARGE CENTER
The largest nearby center is the town of Kirkland Lake, Ontario (population around 9,000) to the south about 6.5 kilometers on Highway 66.
Do all your major shopping and banking and visit local restaurants in Kirkland Lake.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
The Seller states that trees have not been harvested on the property so there are mature trees on this property.
Trees that will be found on this property are mostly Spruce Trees and Poplar Trees.
A review of the contour maps show that the property is mostly level other than the southeast corner which has about one acre or so that is about 10 meters higher and about 9 acres on the west side of the property that is about 10 meters higher than the rest of the property.
The higher areas would make an ideal location to build a hunt camp on so you can overlook the rest of the property.
The aerial photos also show some rocky outcroppings in different sections of the property.
LIKE TO FISH, HUNT, BOAT, CANOE OR KAYAK?
Fishing is a special part of living in the north.
In the Kirkland Lake area , we are blessed with an abundance of different species, including Splake and Aurora trout.
Hunting has always been part of our way of life in the north.
In the Kirkland Lake area, opportunities abound for both small and large game hunting.
Fish the Goodfish Lake or other local lakes and rivers for Walleye and Northern Pike and Perch.
There is not a lot of fishing pressure on these local rivers and lakes so fishing can be quite successful.
The pristine waters of the north make the Kirkland Lake district a kayak and canoer's paradise.
Local favourites include the Blanche River and any of the nearby lakes.
Lots of nice scenery to enjoy.
Located in WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNIT (WMU) 28.
Toronto to the property it is about 598 kilometers.
Niagara Falls to the property it is about 695 kilometers.
Barrie to the property it is about 491 kilometers.
North Bay to the property it is about 243 kilometers.
Ottawa to the property it is about 600 kilometers.
Windsor to the property it is about 920 kilometers.
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