“ACCESS TO THE LARGEST SOCKEYE SALMON FISHERY IN THE WORLD”
FRONTAGE ON THE EGEGIK RIVER W/ DIRECT ACCESS TO BRISTOL BAY FISHERY
The small rural village of Egegik is 339 air miles southwest of Anchorage, Alaska, there is an airport with a 5,600 by 100 feet gravel airstrip. Several private air charter services fly into this area from Anchorage. This property is located approximately 1 mile across the Egegik River from the city of Egegik and near the mouth to Bristol Bay.
200 feet of Ocean Frontage on Wooden Wheel Cove in Protection Bay, Southeast Alaska. Previous owner used this property as a fishing lodge, 2,100 sq.ft 4 Bedroom 2 Bath home/lodge, another 2 bedroom 1 bath home, another building w/ 3 bedrooms and garage and a large dock.
ADJACENT TO CHUGACH STATE PARK LAND NEAR EKLUTNA LAKE
38035 Rosehip Ridge Road, Chugiak, Alaska 99567
Go north on the Glenn Highway from Anchorage, Alaska for approximately 20 miles, get off on the Eklutna Exit, then turn right, go to the end of the street turn left on Eklutna Lake Road, go 8.5 miles turn left on the first street after the Rochelle’s Ice Cream Store on Cheely Lane, then left on Tena Street, go straight on gravel road to dead end, turn right on Rosehip Ridge Road, first driveway on left.
250 FEET OF COOK INLET FRONTAGE – HALIBUT & KING SALMON AT YOUR DOOR STEP
GRAND VIEWS OF THE ALASKA MOUNTAIN RANGE
24915 Dirftwood Court, Ninilchik, Alaska 99639
This property is located 25 miles north of Homer, Alaska and one mile south of Happy Valley and nine miles south of Ninilchik, Alaska along the Sterling Highway.
1.932 acres irregularly shaped lot with 250 feet of Cook Inlet Frontage. Most of the property is sloping towards the ocean, approximately one acre of mostly level along the beach front where all the improvements are located. A small creek flows through the southern end of the property and is used for the fresh water supply.
Can Provide Support & Secure Storage for Fishing Vessels & Gear
Located in the city of King Salmon, Alaska at the King Salmon Airport 99613
King Salmon is located on the north bank of the Naknek River on the Alaska Peninsula, about 25 km (16 mi) upriver from Naknek, near Naknek Lake. Located just under 300 miles from Anchorage, King Salmon has roughly 450 full time residents. The town was originally built during World War II as an air base, with a road being put in during the 1950’s and other government agencies such as the National Park service and Alaska Department of Fish and Game setting up facilities there. Continue reading…