Lake Usborne                                                                    

Lake Usborne is in Pontiac, Quebec, Canada on the road RO703 some 10 Km from Portage du Fort.

The Coulogne River feeds into Lac Coulougne at Fort Coulogne and thence to Portage du Fort and the Ottawa River.

It is not known whether Lac Usborne is named after Henry (b.1810) or Cousin George (b.1796).

Lac Usborne in background


The estate of 4070 acres was offered for sale in 2000 @ 4.5m dollars:
A large estate with over 12 kilometres of lake front and a few kilometres of river front. Road access via Hwy 301. A 2 hour drive northwest from Ottawa, Canada's National Capital City.
Mineral and water rights are included. Hunting and fishing is a natural wonder of this region. The timber consist of White, Red and Grey Pine, Spruce, Balsum, Poplar, white and yellow Birch, Maple and Oak etc. Some mountain area has never been cut.
Fishing - Sturgeon, pike, pickerel, muskellunge, perch, bass, trout etc.
Hunting - Moose and bear country area, mink, looter, beavers and duck and geese of all kinds.
This land has unique ownership, as it owns the bottom and surface of Lake Usborne and Coulonge River to the east of the property. The zoning permits for recreational development, trailer and camping park, cottage country living, outfitting, boating, white water rafting and kayaking.
Fly in (25 minutes from Gatineau airport), fish and live in Peace, tranquillity in an energy filled, vortex like region.

Contact: Manito Group Inc. 126-99 Fifth Avenue, Ottawa, Ontario, K1S 5P5, Canada.
Phone:1-613-299 7363.     Email:
or check out Karlta Trading