Mining Claim KG14, Naveau Township, now Township of Michipicoten, District of Algoma, Ontario, 47.84 acres or 19.36 hectares. Situated five miles east of Lake Superior, this large rectangular tract boasts of nine hundred and ninety feet of river frontage on the south side of the Michipicoten River. Depth on the east and west sides averages two thousand feet. Easy access for those who enjoy fishing and boating. Its fully treed landscape rises in elevation from the river to a higher plateau area on its southern sector. It should offer a panoramic view overlooking the surrounding countryside. There are a variety of trout, pike and salmon in this wide section of the river which is located between High Falls Dam and Scott Falls Dam. To reach the property follow Trans Canada Highway 17, four miles south of the town of Wawa to the Michipicoten River. Proceed east five miles on High Falls Road to the dam. From there, an old trail leads west along the shore allowance on the south side of the river and passes through the property, one mile distant. Two miles southwest Lake Superior Provincial Park includes dozens of lakes and streams. Minerals are reserved. Price $28,880.00, Special Price until January 31, 2015, $26,880.00 ($2,000.00 January Discount) payable $3,980.00 cash with order and fifty monthly payments of $458.00 each, and interest; or $24,192.00 (being 10% off) if paid $3,993.00 cash with order and $20,199.00 within thirty days thereafter.
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