Lanark Highlands 394 acres of Natural Lanark Beauty. Your own Otter Lake of about 25 acres is surrounded by this property and a bit of a Mosquito Lake is nearby. Great hunting lands with numerous deer stands and walking and atv trails throughout. Off grid Hunting camp is high quality with good outbuildings, multiple outhouses. Camp set up for generator hookup, 3 piece washroom is functional. Access by Shanks Road year round. Possible maple syrup operation, tap count not done, with generator power. A lifetime of firewood on the property, forest lightly cut over time. Dug well, no septic, no hydro, no generator included. 394 acres of raw forest and your own Otter Lake. Contact your favourite Realtor to arrange a showing.
375 Acres of Canadian Shield forested property with numerous ancient lakes and existing small lakes/beaver ponds just south-east of Whitney off of Highway 127. Logging trails throughout property, GREAT HUNTING, fish population in small lakes/large ponds unknown. Three season vehicle access but would need sleds or tracked vehicles in winter months. Properties logged around 2005 with undergrowth growing under remaining trees. A few thousand acres of Crown land adjoining. Zoned rural in South Algonquin with small lakes/large ponds zoned EP. No hydro, no well, no septic, this is off-grid deep bush country several kms from highway 127 and highway 60, no noise except birds and animals. Contact your favourite Realtor, atv's/buggies needed for showings.
Recreational/Hunting land on 103 acres in Lanark Highlands. Timber heavily cut in 2012 but cedar not harvested. Access across two private properties. Contact you favourite Realtor for a showing.
547 acres of high ground Canadian Shield forested land between Whitney and Lake St. Peter, 1665 feet above sea level. Excellent location for a maple syrup operation. Hydro at front of property with a power line running across the property. Good roads/trails throughout with a couple of wet spots, sand and gravel on property for road maintenance. Selectively thinned of mature maples around 2005, allowing maple canopies to grow. 440 acres of maple trees with estimated tap count of 25,000 and serious future tap growth. Decades of firewood on property and various coniferous stands. Buyer has to do their own tap count. This is not rugged land, it is gently sloping to the north and east with gentler hills and valleys making it easier for tubing installers and tappers. Sap season here could be week or two start/finish after sap season south of the Shield. Large wildlife evident throughout property. Thousands of acres of Crown Land adjacent. Can you do it??