This property is 94 acres.
The western side of the Bruce Peninsula is often characterized by land gently sloping to Lake Huron waters, in contrast to the eastern side which generally has steep slopes dropping off from the edge of the Niagara Escarpment to the waters of Georgian Bay. The area where this property is located does in fact drop gently from Cape Hurd Road to the Lake Huron shore. The entire property is forested with the exception of the rocky Lake Huron shoreline and alvars. It is predominantly a mature eastern white cedar-spruce forest with tamarack, balsam fir, poplar and paper birch. The cedars and spruces form a dense, closed-canopy forest relieved only by alvar and shoreline open spaces.
Part Lot 51, Concession 6 WBR, Former Township of St. Edmunds, Municipality of Northern Bruce Peninsula, County of Bruce, Province of Ontario.