Land uses which are more often found “Up North”


Source: keystonecentre.com

Source: keystonecentre.com

As a regular visitor and now denizen of “Up North,” the following is my list of those land uses that tend to be found more often in northern locales of North America than in other parts of the country. This is not meant to imply that they never occur elsewhere, but these land uses just tend to be found more often Up North. Any additions are welcome. Enjoy!

  • Bait and tackle shops
  • Boat storage – indoor and outdoor (Thank you, John)
  • Cabin courts
  • Canoe liveries
  • Cider mills (tend to be further south than these other uses)
  • Cranberry production
  • Curling sheets and clubs
  • Downhill (Alpine) and cross-country (Nordic) ski runs
  • Fireplace and hearth sales
  • Firewood sales – literally sites with stacks of cut/chopped firewood for sale by the property owner
  • Fishing and hunting lodges
  • Hockey supply stores
  • Hunting shacks/cabins
  • Ice arenas
  • Ice fishing shanties
  • Ice rinks – indoor and outdoor
  • Lake cottages
  • Log cabin sales and rental
  • Logging camps and related activities
  • Outdoor wood furnaces
  • Outfitters
  • Seasonal campgrounds, hotels, resorts, and inns
  • Seaplane bases
  • Ski jumps
  • Snowmobile sales and service
  • Snowmobile trails
  • Sugarbushes
  • Taxidermists
  • Trading posts
  • Winter gear production and/or retail sales
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