Manitoulin Island, Ontario Canada
Black's Bay is a homesteading project, 36 years in
Staring in 1980 with 113 acres of forested lands
on Manitoulin Island, we have slowly and carefully built a sustainable,
environmentally friendly site that welcomes you and your family to
share our bounty, our achievements, our farm products, and our special
Whether you seek to find yourself, or lose
yourself, you have come to the right place.
Cottage We have a
rustic waterfront private residence cottage vacation rental in Northern
Ontario Canada that is open for families, visitors and cottage renters
from around the world for living on Manitoulin Island, and for family
vacations, outdoor activities, sportsmen, hunting, & fishing.
have heard about the great Canadian lifestyle of Northern Ontario
cottage country, beach house rental, the rustic beach front, the
beautiful wilderness, the wild animals, the huge wide open spaces, the
peace and quiet, the private cottages, and the purity. Now,
you can enjoy all of these as a rental cottage, sharing what Canadians
have always had.
We are a fully green private residence,
Eco-tourism ready, as we generate all our own electrical power using
solar and wind sources (powered by Green Energy).
We love our Green Energy
Cottage. Our winter heat is provided by renewable,
greenhouse gas neutral, firewood. Solar water heating is
planned as supplemental heat to the firewood.
We would be interested in having you, your
friends, your business associates, and your family come visit us and
enjoy our Canadian wilderness in the comfort of our waterfront cottage
and private residence you can rent.
Come join us for a weekend, week, month, or year
at our Lake Huron waterfront cottage. Numerous time slots are
still available during the year for enjoying this waterfront
cottage. See the above links for further information on our
outdoor adventure packages, info on Manitoulin Island in Northern
Ontario Canada, and the rental of our Ontario waterfront cottage as
your private residence for any or all seasons.
Farm To ensure a sustainable
and affordable source of food, both for ourselves and our local
community, he studied the options available, the historical
methods, and want would be feasible with the resources we currently
had available. We decided to learn to become poulry farmers
first & foremost (chickens, ducks, geese, and turkeys),
supplemented by the raising of goats, sheep, and Livestock Guardian