Beanland Mine, also known as Clenore and A.E. Perron, is an abandoned gold and silver producing underground mine, located in the Temagami region of northeastern Ontario, Canada. It is one of the several mines within the Temagami greenstone belt, a volcanic belt characterized by felsic and mafic metavolcanic rocks. The site is in a wooded area and is only accessible by its heavily forested mine road.
The mine contains a tunnel where at least a mile of underground mining took place. The entrance to this tunnel is circled with a barbed wire fence and has now partly collapsed from erosion which has blocked the entrance with rock. A long east-west trending trench exists near the partly collapsed tunnel entrance where quartz veins are exposed at the surface. Remnants of buildings include rotten wood and a large rusty tank-like structure cemented with bricks.