FRONTAGE ON TWO LAKES
Own a 72 ACRE piece of paradise .
This is a large wilderness lakefront property in Northwestern Ontario, Canada.
This property is a prime example of the pristine wilderness associated with the Atikokan and Quetico Park area where you can have Incredible wildlife viewing and angling.
Situated approximately 11 km east of Atikokan, Ontario or about 15 minutes.
About 160 kilometers east of Fort Frances, Ontario
About 190 kilometers west of the City of Thunder Bay, Ontario.
ABOUT THE PROPERTY
The property fronts on the south shore of Plateau Lake.
It enjoys about 1,300 feet of shoreline frontage on the south shore.
There is a small river that flows south from Plateau Lake, through the property and down to a small lake that is about 15 acres in size.
There is about 480 feet of frontage on the north shore of the small lake.
The shoreline of the property consists mainly of rocky slopes and shallow soils.
The vegetation consists mainly of mature White Birch, Poplar, Balsam Fir, Spruce and some White Pine.
The far east side of Plateau Lake has been developed into cottage lots.
Other than the cottage lots development on the far east side of the lake there appears to be no other owned lands on Plateau Lake.
That makes this property a PRETTY UNIQUE LAND HOLDING OPPORTUNITY.
A review of the original patent reveals that this property was patented June 15, 1903.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THE PROPERTY except for the “Pine Trees” which are reserved to the Crown.
ACCESS TO THE PROPERTY
WE class this property as A “REMOTE ACCESS” PROPERTY
There are THREE WAYS to get to this property
1-BY Boat access
You drive off Highway 11 and onto the Hemetite Road until you get to the Hydro Line.
At this point this becomes a seasonal dirt/gravel road/trail that is not maintained in winter.
The road continues down the hydro line until you get to a boat launch area at the north end of Plateau Lake, launch your boat, park your vehicle and then boat down 4.75 kilometers or 2.95 miles to the property.
2-By ATV/ARGO or by SMOWMOBILE
You can park along the side of Highway 11 and take your ATV or ARGO down the hydro line to the property in the non-winter months.
In winter you can take your snowmobile to the property.
3-by float plane
Fly your float plane right to the shoreline of your property.
ABOUT PLATEAU LAKE
Plateau Lake is approximately 4 km in length and 5 km in width.
Plateau Lake has a maximum depth of 15 meters or 49.2 feet
Plateau Lake has an average depth of 3.8 meters or 12.5 feet
Plateau Lake is in Fisheries Management Zone 5
WHAT CAN YOU DO WITH THIS PROPERTY?
If you check the permitted uses under the Town of Atikokan Zoning By-Law there are a multitude of permitted uses for this property.
Check them out in the zoning section of this story.
A review of the Town of Atikokan Comprehensive Zoning By-Law No. 15-10 shows the following:
This property is zoned RD (Resource Development Zone)
Permitted Uses in this Zone include the following:
Accessory uses Agriculture use and Agricultural related commercial or industrial Use
Airport Animal Kennel
Animal shelter Conservation uses
Fish farm Forestry Use
Guest cabin Home occupation
Modular dwelling Mineral exploration
Peat extraction Portable sawmill
Recreational uses Recreational vehicle park
Seaplane base Seasonal residential dwelling
Tourist camps Trapping
So Where Exactly is Plateau Lake?
Plateau Lake is located in Zone 5 (Kenora) Region, Ontario, Canada. The size of Plateau Lake is 729.1ha (which is equivalent to 1802ac or 7.3sqkm) and the coordinates are 48.7397, -91.4846.
Which fish can I catch at Plateau Lake?
Predominant fish species include Smallmouth Bass, Perch and Northern Pike.
Do you like to Hunt?
Fall happens quickly in Northwestern Ontario.
The air becomes crisp while the ground still clings to summer’s warmth and that can mean only one thing: It’s hunting season.
The volume of accessible crown land in this area is amazing.
There is no shortage of old gravel and logging roads, trails, and (for the adventurous) unkept paths to explore to find that perfect hunting spot.
For big game hunters, there are deer, moose, and black bear. If hunting small game is more up your alley, there are spruce grouse, ruffed grouse, and snowshoe hare as well as a variety of migratory birds.
Contained within WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNITS (WMU’S) 11A, 11B, and 12B, the Atikokan area is home to huge amounts of huntable land.
With the ever-changing landscape of boreal forest, swamps, and lakes and rivers of varying sizes, harvestable wildlife is abundant.
Town of Atikokan
Atikokan, the Canoeing Capital of Canada, is a safe, healthy community with a diverse economy, strong ties to the wilderness and a creative spirit.
The Town of Atikokan is located in beautiful Northwestern Ontario, approximately 200 km west of Thunder Bay and 130 km east of Fort Frances and thirty minutes from beautiful Quetico Provincial Park.
Atikokan has a population of 2,800 residents.
You can do your banking, buy supplies, go to restaurants etc in Atikokan.
Quetico Park is only about 3.7 kilometers or 2.3 miles south of this property.
Quetico is an iconic wilderness class park renowned for its rugged beauty, towering rock cliffs, majestic waterfalls, virgin pine and spruce forests, picturesque rivers and lakes
World famous destination for backcountry canoeing with over 2,000 lakes and 460,000 ha of remote wilderness.
You can explore the heart of the park for two days or two weeks.
Adjoins the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness of the Superior National Forest in Minnesota
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