Situated within the Canadian waters of Lake Superior - the largest lake in the world - lies Batchawana Island, one of Canada's largest privately owned Islands.
Completely forested and undeveloped, Batchawana Island is a pristine environment with an extraordinary eco-value. Approximately 5,200 acres, this quiet sentinel has witnessed the passing of countless generations of First Nations, Hudson's Bay fur traders and European explorers.
Batchawana Island represents an opportunity to acquire a significant land holding with extensive timber value and the potential to create a lasting legacy property for generations to come. Additional uses such as a private hunting or fishing lodge, or a more public hospitality style operation are also distinct possibilities for this incredible asset.