IF YOU HAVE A PASSION FOR NATURE AND THE OUTDOORS THEN THIS MAY BE THE PROPERTY YOU ARE LOOKING FOR!
We are offering this beautiful 79.5 acre parcel of land that will appeal to the outdoorsman or woman.
This property is in McCrosson Township which is within the ORGANIZED Township of Lake of the Woods in ONTARIO’S SUNSET COUNTRY.
Lake of the Woods Township is on the southeastern shores of Lake the Woods in the District of Rainy River in the southwestern most section of the Province of Ontario.
It is comprised of the villages of Morson and Bergland and most of the Lake from the International Border to the south of the Aulneau Penninsula and east to the Township of Sioux Narrows-Nestor Falls.
The township is accessed primarily from Highway 621, although both highway 619 and 600 traverse the township.
The nearest main service area is Fort Frances, 110 km east of the Township.
In Fort Frances, there is access to various government departments, both Provincial and Federal.
Basic services and primary medical care are available in Rainy River, just 35 km from the township.
This is a small community marked by a quaint lifestyle and surrounded by an abundance of natural resources.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
MINERAL RIGHTS are RESERVED TO THE CROWN
The owners had the trees harvested in the winter of 2004.
Now, the new growth is 18 years old and any trees that were not mature enough to harvest back in 2004 are now 18 years older and taller.
The trees in this area are predominately Spruce trees, Poplar Trees and Birch Trees.
ABOUT THIS PROPERTY
The property size is 79.5 acres.
It is rectangular in shape with a width of about 2,622 feet and a depth of about 1,323 feet.
A review of the topographic maps indicates that the property is relatively level throughout.
There are no indications of any wet or swampy areas on the property.
Since the property was harvested in winter of 2004 the new growth has come up very nicely and fairly thickly.
Most of the new growth is poplar trees and spruce trees and birch trees.
The owners were last at the property about 5 years ago and they said that at that time they drove into the property in a truck.
They have not been back since.
Looking at the google aerial photo going back to 2012 the road leading to the property looks pretty good.
Looking at the google aerial photo of 2020 it appears that some parts of the road may have grown in and will require brushing out so that you can drive in.
A review of the Lake Of The Woods ZONING BYLAW indicates that this property is zoned as RURAL AREA
No land shall be used in the Rural Zone (R) except for the following purposes:
a) agricultural uses
b) forestry management uses
c) mining and mineral exploration
d) wildlife management
f) conservation uses
g) wayside pits and quarries
h) a single detached dwelling
i) a farm help house accessory to an agricultural operation
j) a mobile home
k) a modular dwelling
l) a cottage, cabin or recreational residential use
m) peat extraction and processing
n) a home occupation
o) a home industry
q) commercial greenhouse
r) grain elevator and grain drying facility
s) small scale commercial/industrial uses
t) public recreational uses
u) portable asphalt plants
v) portable sawmill
w) airport and aircraft landing area
x) accessory uses
PLEASE NOTE: some of the permitted uses may not be practical for this property
SO WHAT CAN YOU DO ON THIS PROPERTY?
Lake of the Woods has long been an angler’s dream and it is only about 15 minutes away so use this property as your home base to go fishing from.
Hunting opportunities are plenty here as the lush boreal forest of Northwestern Ontario possess the natural cover and food supply necessary to produce trophy animals and again use this property as your home base to hunting from.
For those not interested in hunting or fishing, there are many other activities to enjoy.
Hike in Assabaska park, visit the Tomahawk Lighthouse in Morson, see the native ancient rock paintings, or enjoy a canoe or paddle boat rental from the Bergland cafe.
You can also spend a day mountain biking, camp under a star filled sky, relax on the beach, spend hours bird sighting, or swim in the clean cool waters of the lake.
There are many abundant activities available to this area.
DO YOU LIKE TO FISH?
This part of Sunset Country is one of Canada's premier fishing destination.
With hundreds of fishable lakes in this part of Ontario, you'll never have to worry about crowds out on the water.
And with this many lakes, it's no wonder that this area has some of the most diverse fishing in Canada.
Not just walleye, northern pike, and lake trout, but also smallmouth and largemouth bass, muskie, black crappie, perch, brook trout, sauger, and whitefish.
DO YOU LIKE TO HUNT?
This part of Ontario's Sunset Country offers hunters some great opportunities for big game hunting including black bear, deer, and moose to challenge your skills.
In addition to big game, you can do a predator hunt for wolves.
With hundreds of lakes in the area Sunset Country also offers waterfowl hunting opportunities.
Mallards, bluebills, teals, along with several other species of ducks migrate through the region in the autumn.
There are also good hunting opportunities for Canada geese.
You can also enjoy good a grouse hunting.
This property is LOCATED IN WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT UNIT (WMU) 10.
CLOSEST LARGER COMMUNITIES TO THE PROPERTY
Rainy River, Ontario 38.4 kilometers or 24 miles
Fort Frances, Ontario 108.9 kilometers or 67.6 miles
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