17 Acres / 23.47 Hectares
|NE Corner||N 49º 31’ 20”||W 82º 48’ 50”|
|SE Corner||N 49º 13’ 15”||W 82º 48’ 50”|
|SW Corner||N 49º 13’ 19”||W 82º 49’ 10”|
|NW Corner||N 49º 31’ 20”||W 82º 49’ 10”|
Approximately 27.5 KM west of Kapuskasing and 3.5 KM west of the Village of Opasatika. This property is fronted by the Trans-Canada Highway (Hwy 22), and the Canadian National Railway line on the north side. To the west, approximately 3 KM, flows the Opasatika River which is readily accessible by a boat launch with large parking area. This river provides outdoor enthusiasts with a good pickerel and northern pike fishery as well as boating and canoeing opportunities. To the west, approximately 8 KM, lies the Village Opasatika, which has a population of about 800. To the east, approximately 40 KM, lies the Town of Kapuskasing which has a population of about 12,000.
Directions & Road Access
Take Highway 400 north to the interchange with Highway 11 just north of Barrie, then take 11 to Kapuskasing, a distance of about 850 kilometres or 528 miles. Continue west on Highway 11 about 28 kilometres or 17 miles to the property which is on the north side of the highway.
Topography & Terrain
The property is characterized by a mixed forest comprises of mainly trembling aspen, balsam fir and spruce. The property has a gentle slope from the north to souch but for the most part is level.
This property has excellent recreational potenial. It is situated in a rather remote location and is attached to a vast area of forested wilderness which provides excellent opportunities for moose and bear hunting, hiking, camping, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing. Nearby is the Opasatika River as well as many lakes and rivers for fishing and canoeing. There is ample space to erect a cabin or cottage. The property is conveniently close to both Opasatika and Kapuskasing where shopping and emergency services are located.
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.
Timber & Mineral Rights
Timber and mineral rights come with the property.
In excess of 2,000 acres of Crown Land adjoins the property. You not only can take advantage of hunting on your own 17 acre parcel but have an additional 2,000 acres of Crown Land to enjoy including the quiet serenity (at no cost).
OVER 2,000 ACRES of Crown Land abutting this property. A building permit for your residence is available upon request!
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