Elliot Lake, ON Real Estate & Houses for Sale

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Elliot Lake, Ontario

Located just north of Lake Huron, Elliot Lake covers 714.65 square kilometres in the southern area of the province, between the cities of Sault Ste. Marie and Sudbury.

The town has a population of over 10,000 people and is situated near the communities of Blind River, Algoma Mills, Spanish, and Iron Bridge.

The town is surrounded by a number of provincial parks, as well as small lakes and forested areas. A number of islands are located south of Elliot Lake on Lake Huron.

In the past, the area was home to an Ojibwa village before being settled by Europeans. Real estate, both residential and commercial, tends to be affordable in the Elliot Lake area.


Elliot Lake, Ontario

Elliot Lake, Ontario
  • Country: Canada

  • Province: Ontario

  • Population: 10,741

  • Area: 714.65 km2


Lifestyle and Culture

The northern section of Elliot Lake is mostly residential, with some park space, small businesses, a campground, schools, and an arena. Elliot Lake and Horne Lake border this section on the west and east sides.

Elliot Lake’s central section is more densely populated, and has more commercial space, with a few restaurants, churches, schools, accommodations, a civic centre, a ski area, parks, and a hospital.

A couple of restaurants, churches, schools, small businesses, and parks can be found amongst the residential areas in the southern section of the town. Several small lakes are scattered along the southern edge of town.


Entertainment and Tourism

The Mt. Dufour Ski Area offers seven trails (three beginner and four difficult), a 320-foot vertical, two lifts, a terrain park, a full-service chalet, equipment rentals, and skiing and snowboarding lessons from certified instructors (lessons can be group, semi-private, or private). Trails and ski/snowboard lessons are open to people of all ages and abilities. The chalet features a canteen, a fireside lounge, and a locker/change room area. Skiing and accommodation packages are available through two hotels in the area: the Hampton Inn, and the Dunlop Lake Lodge.

Matinenda Provincial Park is located west of Elliot Lake and offers forested areas, rugged bedrock hills, swamp areas, various lakes, and some islands. There are no facilities or amenities at the park, but it is a popular spot for hiking, wildlife viewing, fishing, canoeing/kayaking, birdwatching, and picnicking. Many varieties of birds, as well as moose and deer, can be found in the park. Some of the lakes are well stocked with lake trout.

Entertainment and Tourism


Elliot Lake was once called the “uranium capital of the world”, but the focus is now on healthcare and social assistance, retail trade, accommodation and food, educational services, construction, and business/finance/administration.

The town has a number of business and investment supports for those who own or are looking to own a business in the area, as well as for those who want to invest in the local economy. The Business Incubator, the Elliot Lake & North Shore Corporation for Business Development (ELNOS), the East Algoma Community Futures Development Corporation, and the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines (MNDM) / Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) all provide resources and support for new and existing businesses in the area.


Real Estate Market

Affordable single-family home options make up the majority of real estate in the northern section of Elliot Lake. Homes tend to be on large, rural-style lots along the northern edge, while closer to the central section lot sizes can be smaller.

The central section also has many affordable single-family home options to choose from, as well as numerous very affordable condo units in smaller condo buildings. Commercial space can be found in this section (mostly retail and restaurant-based), and is reasonably priced.

Single-family homes in the southern section are normally priced a bit higher than those in the northern and central sections of town. Lot sizes are often large in this section. Condo options and townhomes/row houses also exist here, and are very affordable.

Real Estate Market


Schools in Elliot Lake include Elliot Lake Secondary School, Central Avenue Public School, Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School, Eston Park Public School, Our Lady of Lourdes School, École Séparée Georges-Vanier, and École Secondaire Villa Française Des Jeunes.

There are no post-secondary options in the town, so residents must travel to Sault Ste. Marie to access Sault College and Algoma University, or Sudbury to access College Boreal, Cambrian College, Laurentian University, and the Northern Ontario School of Medicine.

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