Remote Cabin / Shop with 1,600′ Frontage on Two Lakes w/ Docks, 8.5 Acres, Lake Louise, Alaska

Lake Louise and Lake Susitna Frontage

Remote and Off the Grid

Ideal Location For Float Plane w/ Weather Protected Mooring

1,600 Feet Of Lake Frontage



Driving north out of Palmer, Alaska on the Glenn Highway, turn left onto Lake Louise Road at mile post 158, go 19 miles to the end of the road.  Lake Louise road is paved and maintained year around. The public parking lot and boat launch at the end of the road is used winter and summer for access to this property.

This one of a kind waterfront gem located near the Lake Louise, Lake Susitna Channel is about 5 miles from the parking lot by boat or snow machine. Lake Louise is 175 miles from Anchorage Ted Stevens Airport.

This property is one of the few on this entire waterway that has a weather protected mooring area for boats or airplanes on the frontage side of Lake Susitna. 

Parcel Size

8.5 acres mostly level and usable

Legal Address

U. S. Survey 3502 Lot 8


Total of 3,200  square feet of buildings and improvements:

Cabin/Home  a total of 1,200 square feet living space plus 640 sq. ft  drive through lean-to with overhead doors for storage, all built from 2000 to 2007, 2 bedrooms, one full bath, wood frame construction, composition shingle roof. Foundation – concrete blocks. This is one of the few cabins in the area that doesn’t have perma frost issues. Water system-500 galllon storage tank with filtration system, water source is lake water. Full bath-StorBurn propane toilet. Cabin is fully furnished-log furniture dining room table and both bedrooms. Photos show furnishings. One wood stove, one propane heater (bathroom) and three fuel oil stoves. 300 gal fuel tank. Cabin is 40ft x 30ft and lean-to is 40ft x 16ft. Has a Trex deck 16×28 with log hand rails and deck furniture.

Shop Metal Quonset Building – size is 40 ft X 30 ft, cement floor, electric lighting, fuel heat, 2″ of foam insulation with fire retardant coating.

Generator building is metal, 20ft x 8ft  with 2 inches of foam insulation with fire retardant coating, lights and fuel heat, 300 gallon fuel tank.

Outhouse is frame construction, insulated with heater and lights


Dock on Lake Susitna –  Floating dock 6ft x 20ft, 2×6 wood construction with galvanized dock hardware. Leave it in year around as that area isn’t affected by ice.
Dock on Lake Louise – 6ft x 60ft on Merco Dock wheels, 2×6 wood construction with galvanized dock hardware. Push it out in the spring with a six wheeler and pull it out in the fall with a wench to prevent ice damage.

Most improvements were between 2000 and 2007.


Total real estate tax – $1,405.69 per year

Tax ID # U03502000L08


Generator – 8 KW diesel, Northern Lights and solar for electricity, out house for septic.


This is a remote waterfront gem located near the Lake Louise – Lake Susitna Channel.

Mountain views-in most directions. Looking  out the cabin across Lake Louise is Mt Drum,  Mt Sanford, Mt. Wrangle, Mt. St.Elias. From the middle of Lake Louise on a clear day one can see four major mountain ranges. The Talkeetna Range, The Alaska Range, the Chugach Range and the Wrangle Range.

Lake Louise is a favorite playground for Alaskans year-round. Area activities include camping, fishing, boating, bird watching, hiking, biking, berry picking, snow machining, skiing, skating, hunting, and Northern Lights viewing. Lake Louise offers great year round fishing and sports four species of fish: lake trout, whitefish, burbot and arctic grayling. The lake trout run from 8 to 12 pounds, but 20 pounders are not uncommon.

The Lake Louise area is the summer home to trumpeter swans, loons and many other water fowl. Wildlife viewing opportunities include moose, wolf, bear, fox, sheep, lynx and the annual migration of the Nelchina caribou herd each October through November.

26,000 Acre Lake And over 300 miles of Snow Machine Trails


Price Reduced Sale Price  $350,000

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