Location & Size

Maisonville Township
Temiskaming District
9.28 Acres / 3.76 Hectares PLUS 1,000,000 Acres Abutting Crown Land

Wildlife Management Unit #29
GPS Co-ordinates
NE Corner N 48º 13’ 32” W 80º 15’ 12”
SE Corner N 48º 13’ 28” W 80º 15’ 10”
SW Corner N 48º 13’ 26” W 80º 15’ 24”
NW Corner N 48º 13’ 32” W 80º 15’ 16”


Part of parcel 8703 Nipissing North being part of Lot 10 in Concession 3, part of Lot 11 in Maisonville Township, District of Temiskaming

Directions & Road Access

The property is trapezoidal in shape. The west side is bounded by Highway 11, a frontage of 924.55 feet, and the east side is bounded by the Ontario Northland Railway.

From Kirkland Lake, take Highway 66 west to Highway 11. Turn right (north) onto Highway 11 and continue about 14 kilometres to the intersection of Highways 11 and 570 (Highway 570 leads east to Sesekinika). Continue north on Highway 11 about 1.2 kilometres. The property is on the east side of Highway 11 at this point. There is good vehicular access directly onto the property off Highway 11.

Note: There is a steel pole sign designated as “2160”. This is the entrance to the parcel, hidden away by the forest.

Recreational Potential

This property is a great spot for an outdoors lover who wants to have a retreat which is at once remote and road-accessible year-round. The surrounding Crown Land set in the Canadian Shield is full of rivers, lakes, and forests teeming with wildlife. For bear, duck, and moose hunting this location is perfect, and water activities such as fishing and canoeing are immediately accessible.

For modern conveniences, Sesekinika is minutes away, and the much larger Kirkland Lake (population about 8,500) is about 25 kilometres distant. Here we can find an OPP station, an office of the Ministry of Natural resources, the Museum of Northern History, financial institutions, Tim Horton’s, shopping, and modern medical facilities including Kirkland Lake District Hospital.

Timber & Mineral Rights

Timber and mineral right are both included with this parcel.

Terrain & Vegetation

This property is fairly flat and wooded, with the surface being a mixture of sand, clay and rocky outcrops. A tributary of the Whiteclay River is a few metres northwest, as is Swan Lake. Sesekinika Lake is a few minutes south.

Crown Land

In excess of 1,000,000 acres Crown Land abutting the property.

To the north is a sliver of Crown Land between the highway and the railway, and to the south is a patch of Crown Land about 90 acres in size. West of the highway and east of the railway are vast expanses of Crown Land which extend for hundreds of thousands of square kilometres, as far as James Bay.

Property Survey

This property has recently been surveyed. The survey is available for building permit and mortgage financing.

Price: $29,985.00 payable $2,485.00 with order and 60 monthly payments of $458.33 and interest or $26,986.50 (being 10% off) if paid $2,485.00 with order and $24,581.00 within 30 days.