Nicol Island forms a snug harbour with the former fishing village of Rossport. Located on the north coast of Lake Superior, two hours east of Thunder Bay and in the heart of the Lake Superior National Marine Conservation Area. It is accessible by causeway right next to the Trans-Canada Highway.
Some services such a dining, accommodation, kayak rentals and boat cruises are available in Rossport. Fifteen and twenty five minutes to the east, the towns of Schreiber and Terrace Bay offer shopping for food and other necessities as well as extensive healthcare facilities and golf.
Nicol Island is a private island. All of the roads, common docking areas and green spaces are owned in common by the lot owners. Costs are controlled.
The biggest reason for owning a place on Nicol Island is living in the middle of rugged ocean-like scenery. Many large adjacent islands afford safe waterways and harbours. Enjoy fishing, sailing, kayaking or just exploring. Bring your camera.
For nature enthusiasts, perfect for a day’s adventure are the earliest geology formations, fossils, pictographs, shipwrecks and a site of one of the oldest evidences of life on Earth. It is a short and interesting journey to the Battle Island Lighthouse.
Nicol Island Features
Located in clean, well-protected Lake Superior waters
80-acre private island- roads and open space owned in common
Accessible by causeway and roads year-round
Immediately adjacent to the Trans-Canada Highway
Serviced with electric power and telephone
Approved for individual water and septic systems
All lots may have their own docks on water.
Developer will arrange construction and services.
15 minutes to Schreiber
25 minutes to Terrace Bay
2 hours to Thunder Bay
Nicol Island was subdivided in two stages.
Lots on 55M-430 show the suffix ‘a’
Lots on 55M-514 show the suffix ‘b’