THIS IS A ONCE IN A LIFETIME OPPORTUNITY to own the largest deeded , privately owned property on the world famous LAKE NIPIGON.
It is very rare that any land ever comes up for sale on Lake Nipigon as there is very little land on this lake that is NOT CROWN LAND.
Located in INNES TOWNSHIP which is northwest of the Town of Nipigon.
As the crow flies the property is about 52 kilometers or 32 miles from the Town of Nipigon.
BUILD A LODGE
Either a commercial lodge or a private one.
Innes Township is an UNORGANIZED TOWNSHIP.
There is no zoning here, there are no zoning by-laws.
There is NO ONE to tell you what to do with your property!
You can build whatever you want on your property.
You can build as big or as small as you want on your property.
You can build as many buildings as you want on your property.
You can build open your own boat- to or fly-in commercial lodge on your property.
You can build and open your own private lodge on your property.
YOU DO NOT REQUIRE A BUILDING PERMIT nor do you need anyone’s permission.
A truly unique property that has 1.6 kilometers or 1 mile of shoreline frontage on McIntyre Bay of Lake Nipigon.
That is 1,600 meters or 5,280 feet of shoreline!
If you look at the aerial photos you will see that there are some sandy beach areas along the frontage.
On some areas of the frontage the trees are right down to the shoreline.
Contour maps show that the property slopes down from the rear of the property to McIntyre Bay.
The drop in slope is about 20 meters or about 66 feet.
That is a gradual slope over about a half mile distance from the rear of the property to the water.
The north side of the property fronts on McIntyre Bay.
The WEST side of the property fronts on Crown Land.
The EAST side of the property fronts on Crown Land.
The SOUTH side of the property fronts on Crown Land.
Well over 10,000 ACRES OF CROWN LANDS abut this property.
The property is well forested with what appears to be fairly mature second growth trees.
SURFACE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
MINERAL RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
TREE RIGHTS COME WITH THIS PROPERTY
A portion of Krug Creek flows through the northwestern section of the property.
Krug creeks flows into Krug Lake.
Krug Lake is full of Northern Pike.
Monster Northern Pike.
Our seller states that he caught a 22 pound Northern Pike in Krug Lake.
McIntyre Bay is almost like a lake within a lake.
The bay is at the south end of Lake Nipigon and it is ringed with islands at the north end.
The bay is about 20 kilometers or about 12.4 miles at its widest and about 20 kilometers or about 12.4 miles deep.
If this bay was a lake by itself it would be considered a big lake.
There was quite a large forest fire south of this property about 18 years ago and when crews went in to fight the fire and after the fire when wood was harvested a lot of trails were left.
You can access tens of kilometers of old roads that are now ATV/ARGO trails.
The property is located in WMU 15B (Wildlife Management Unit).
Did you know that for the 2017 hunting season there were 217 Bull tags issued and 332 Cow tags issued for a total of 549 tags issued.
Hunt for black bear and white tail deer and small game in this WMU.
With its limited population, unspoiled environment and abundant fish and wildlife, this area is ideal for outdoor recreation.
So how can you get to this magnificent property?
There are three ways to get to this property.
- Fly-in on a float plane
- Boat to the property.
If you drive to the poplar Point at the end of highway 580 you can launch your boat and boat about 58 kilometers or about 36 miles.
- You can drive up highway 585 from Nipigon for 34 kilometers or 21 miles and then turn onto the McCann Road and drive for another 12.8 kilometers or 8 miles and then park your truck and then use your ATV or ARGO for another 20.6 kilometers or 12.8 miles to the property.
World class fishing can be found on Lake Nipigon.
Fish for monster Northern Pike, big Lake Trout, Walleye, Perch, Whitefish and Brook Trout.
The world record brook trout was caught in Lake Nipigon in 1916 weighing in at a whopping 14.5 pounds (6.6 kg).
Even today brookies in the 4-8 pound range are quite common.
Lake Nipigon Lake Trout can get quite huge.
I personal have caught a 19 pounder and my son’s father in law caught a 22 pounder recently.
The Town of Nipigon is easy to get to, about an hour away from the international airport in Thunder Bay, Ontario.
Lake Nipigon is the largest lake entirely within the boundaries of the Canadian province of Ontario. It is part of the Great Lake drainage basin.
Lake Nipigon lies 80 miles (130 km) northeast of Thunder Bay.
It is about 70 miles (110 km) long and 50 miles (80 km) wide and has an area of 1,872 square miles (4,848 square km).
The lake lies at an elevation of 1,050 feet (320 m) and has maximum depths of 540 feet (165 m).
SO, BUY THIS EXTRORDINARY OPPORTUNITY AND COME BUILD YOUR CABIN OR CABINS OR LODGE and fish this world class fishery.
Go hunting and get some big game.
“Everyone ought to believe in something; I believe I’ll go fishing.”