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Location & Size

Manitoulin-2016-1
Part of lots 2 and 3 concession 1
RP RR 23 Parts 11 and 41
Robinson Township, Manitoulin District
25 Acres / 10.12 Hectares including 150' Lake Huron frontage

Wildlife Management Unit #43A
GPS Co-ordinates
NE Corner N 45º 48’ 04” W 82º 45’ 39”
NW Corner N 45º 48’ 04” W 82º 45’ 41”
 

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Location

This quiet secluded 25 acre paradise is located right on the shoreline of pristine Lake Huron - a frontage of about 150 feet - and stretches back more than a mile and a half to Pebble Road. There is also road access near the shoreline - Cedar Trail makes it easy for you to reach your cottage or camping site by the water.

This is a valuable piece of water front property which is easily accessed from Southern Ontario.

Directions & Road Access

There are 2 routes to Manitoulin from the Greater Toronto Region, one which includes the toll ferry across Lake Huron from Tobermory and one which takes the land route up Highway 400 to Sudbury, then accross Highways 17 and 6 to Gore Bay.

The ferry route involves taking Highway 6 north from Highway 401 to Tobermory. At the ferry dock in Manitoulin Highway 6 continues north to Little Current, after which you turn west (left) on Highway 540 to Gore Bay.

Take Highway 540 west from Gore Bay about 40 kilometres to Little Lake Huron Road and turn left. Where Little Lake Huron Road ends Pebble Road goes to the right and Rocky Trail to the left - take Pebble Road and continue to its end at Cedar Trail. Turn left and continue about 2 kilometres to the property.

Terrain & Vegetation

This area is fairly flat with alternating meadow and woodland, making for a very pleasing retreat environment. Limestone outcrops, for which Manitoulin is famous, give the area a rugged wild character. Thousands of acres of unspoiled wilderness are just a kilometre away in Misery Bay Provincial Park.

Recreational Potential

For a spot to pursue outdoor recreation, this location cannot be surpassed. Camping, canoeing and hiking are spectacular and Manitoulin has been rapidly becoming a popular cycling destination as well. Plus, the area's sparkling waters are host to trout, muskie, bass, walleye and salmon. All of this is available in an area well serviced in the modern amenities in such towns as Gore Bay and Mindemoya.

Timber & Mineral Rights

Timber and mineral rights come with the property.

Price

Price: **SOLD** .

** This payment plan is flexible. We will consider a payment plan to suit the purchaser's personal requirement.

 

Canadian Northland Retreats Manitoulin-2016-1