File 1- Almaguin Highlands Property
Dreaming of building your family cottage get-a-way?
Looking for a home base for your hunting and fishing adventures?
We may have the property for you.
Just 3 hours north of Toronto or one hour from North Bay!
This property is located between Burk’s Falls and Magnetawan, off Highway 520, and Horn Lake Rd, which is in the Ryerson Township.
The road is a 4 season road with superb access for you to enjoy all year round.
There is no electrical power to this property, however there is power along the road ending before the property.
The property has approx. 200 meters or 665’ of road frontage on Horn Lake Rd.
The terrain is typical for this area with a rolling landscape.
This property is heavily forested with mature timbers, comprised of indigenous tress to the area such as Maples, Birch, Pines, Spruce, Cedars and Poplars.
Surface rights come with this property
Mineral rights come with this property
Tree rights come with this property (except for the Pine tree reservation)
The property is approx. 200 meters (665’) by 1024 meters (3361’).
Ryerson is an incorporated township in the Almaguin Highlands region of Parry Sound District in northeastern Ontario. It is an organized township.
For those who enjoy angling and are in search of that trophy fish, check these lakes out. The property is almost surrounded by lakes. Just to the west approx. 1.5 kms is Horn Lake which from Fish-Online (ministry website) boasts Whitefish, Pike, Burbot (also known as Ling) and Lake Trout with a boat launch for your convenience.
Also the mighty Cecebe Lake is only 2.25 kms west and boast great fishing for Walleye, Pike, Perch, Whitefish, Large and Small Mouth Bass. And also has a boat launch. Catch that trophy you’ve always dreamed about here.
For the outdoor enthusiast, or hunter, this area is WMU #49. You can apply your skills in search of moose, deer, bear, wolf and coyote. Also not to mention the small game such as Ruffed Grouse, Spruce Grouse and rabbit. Also to note this unit has a growing wild turkey population with a seasonal hunt, which is gaining in popularity.
A little about Burk’s Falls and Magnetawan:
Burk's Falls is an incorporated village in the Almaguin Highlands region of Parry Sound District, Ontario, located 265 kilometres (165 mi) north of Toronto and 90 kilometres (56 mi) south of North Bay, Ontario. The village, and the waterfall on the site, were named (for himself) by David Francis Burk of Oshawa, after he selected the land surrounding the waterfall in the Free Land Grant Act. Burk's Falls is part of the Magnetawan River waterway.
Magnetawan is a historic village with a surrounding municipality that provides various attractions. From the museum to the picturesque waters, are all a part of this municipality. The downtown used to consist of a restaurant named The Magnetawan Inn, also June's Inn, as well as a small hotel/bar, and a General Store. In the summer of 2011, on July 30, the General Store burned down taking part of the Magnetawan Inn with it.
In the downtown, there is now a brand new general store/restaurant built between 2012 and 2013. Also, there is a museum, Lions Pavilion Park, farmers market, little shops, locks/dams, and a LCBO store. In the village, there is a school, churches, golf course named Ahmic Lake Golf Club, post office, a library, the municipality offices, and the municipality pavilion. Magnetawan is also home to many resorts and rentable cottages. Two of the biggest resorts are Woodland Echoes as well as Ahmic Lake Resort, where the Swiss Country House Restaurant is located.
Just a gorgeous part of Ontario.
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