Where the Parks Highway crosses the Nenana River on the west side there is a large parking area and that is where the Trail Head starts.
From there you go by ATV or snowmobile about 10 miles or so, on a relatively decent trail for about the first 5 or 6 miles and then it gets a little bit rougher.
This large parcel has frontage on a smaller creek, but you may be surprised as you may get some great Grayling fishing in.
You are literally at the foothills of the Alaska Range, which offers a breathtaking view!
This is a great place to leave everything behind, build your dream cabin or your year round home and enjoy Alaska at its best.
Live off the land, Fish & Hunt and you may even grow some vegetables in the long daylight and warm summer temperatures the Interior of Alaska has to offer.
And all of this for a reasonable price of only $23,900.-
Directions to Property
"As provided by the Seller"
From the parking lot at mile 275 it is 2 miles directly west, then 1 mile directly north then 1 mile to the west to the junk yard (where the old travel trailer is located). You can see all on this on Google map. From there you travel west on the trail past "bad ass corner" (that is what the sign says at least ) until you reach Dishwater creek (this means you have gone a few hundred yards too far). You then go back to the 3 story house to the south side of trail, which belongs to Dan Hardy, who bought my old 4 wheelers in 2006 and follow the trail on the east side of dishwater creek. Staying on the east side of the creek will take to the last cabin, which is ASLS 910063 and belongs to a guy in Anchor Point, if he still owns that property. In the summer the trail past the junk yard to the west gets wet and you have to detour to the north and then loop back around to bad ass corner, so it adds a few miles but with a 4 wheeler is still easy to do in 2 wheel drive.