2 LARGE CREEKS FLOWING THROUGH PROPERTY
YEAR-ROUND ROAD ACCESS
CLOSE TO MAJOR HIGHWAYS
FANTASTIC HUNTING AREA
This is a great opportunity to own a 146-acre parcel of land in a prime Moose hunting area.
Perfect location to build a small cabin and live off the land.
Would make a great location for your country retreat, and recreation hunting lodge
Close proximity to HEARST TOWNSHIP. Several grocery stores, building centres, doctors’ offices and a hospital at your disposal.
The property is located 605km (375 miles) North of North Bay. This is as North as you can get without having to fly.
Heading East you are 350km (217 miles) to the Quebec Border (you drive through many towns on the way, such as Mattice, Kapuskasing and Cochrane)
And if you were to head West the next town is Lonlac, which is 250km (155 Miles) away. **Make sure you fuel up before you head West>
Hearst is a gateway to experiencing Northern Ontario’s amazing outdoors. Fish for a variety of freshwater species with many rivers and lakes to choose from.
Hike wilderness trails and view wildlife in its natural setting. You are located in close proximity to the nearby Fushimi Provincial Park.
Hit the trails by ATV or adventure bike that connect with Dubreuilville.
In winter, Hearst is a hub for snowmobiling. Head to you 146-acre retreat and then connect to the Northern Corridor trails to complete the loop of these northern trails.
NRD ZONING WITHIN AN UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP
Way township is technically an unorganized township, but there is a Ministers Zoning Order in place for this area. This means the subject property falls under the Natural Resource (NR) Zoning.
NATURAL RESOURCE (NR) ZONE 10.1.1 Permitted Uses • Agricultural uses • Agriculture-related uses • Conservation • Forestry use • Greenhouse • Hunting and fishing camp • Kennel • Mineral mining operation • On-farm diversified uses • Recreational uses • Seasonal residential dwelling • Wayside pits and quarries; portable asphalt plants; and portable concrete plants
SNOWMOBILING THE NORTHERN CORRIDOR
Whether you're anxious to get your first or last ride in, the Northern Corridor is usually one of your best options. The fall weather and early snowmobile conditions in the communities of Cochrane to Hornepayne are conducive to getting trails open early.
Clubs usually begin prepping trails in October and November and often have trails open for the holiday season.
What better way to celebrate the holidays with your family and friends than experiencing the great outdoors by snowmobile!
On the contrary, if your local snowmobile trails have had a spring meltdown or you just want to get that last ride in this season, the Northern Corridor is the logical choice.
Trail riding right into the month of April is a common occurrence in the region.
LIKE TO HUNT:
This property is located in Wildlife Management Unit (WMU) 22
This area is well known for its Moose population.
There are many outfits in the area.
A lot of avid hunters will fly into Hearst Airport and head to their outfits
YOU WILL HAVE YOUR OWN OUTFIT TO HUNT FROM AND USE AS YOUR OWN HOME BASE
CREEKS ON PROPERTY
Two creeks meander through the property.
The larger creek at the Northern section of the parcel eventually flows into the Mattawishkwia River.
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY: This parcel has never been harvested and it is covered in mature Spruce.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY.
Hydro runs into the property and was recently connected to an old cabin that was removed.
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