Just a short distance out of the Lake Clark National Park Preserve is where you will find the village of Nondalton, which is located on Six Mile Lake and only about 4 miles from Lake Clark.
There is scheduled air service to Nondalton from Anchorage. There is also a road to Iliamna, but one has to portage the Newhalen River.
This area is amidst expensive lodges and might well be one of the most sought after places for beauty, abundance of game and or course, fantastic fishing! Be it for Red Salmon, trophy size Rainbow, Arctic Char, Grayling or Lake Trout.
Here you can literally travel by boat for miles and miles to explore Lake Clark National Park, visit the village of Port Alsworth (the headquarters of the National Park Service), picnic on one of the numerous sandy beaches or just be on a “picture safari”.
The owner is leaving and has priced the property way below replacement value, so here is a great opportunity for you to get into a small Lodge Business, Apartment Rental and still have a nice Home. And if you are handy you have a set up for a mechanic shop for the village or….
And all of this for the low price of only: $299,000.- The seller would prefer cash, but…
I have included the eloquent write up the owner provided us.
(Beautiful home and lodge with 1.1 acres on Six-Mile Lake, Nondalton, AK
with majestic views and good fishing.)
Located next to the Lake Clark Preserve; residents have subsistence hunting privileges to include Lake Clark National Park. There are no property taxes. You can put a net out on the beach right by your front door and harvest all the red salmon you need. State maintained runway with daily air taxi service, city water, sewer, post office, K-12 school, fire dept and clinic. One hour flight from Anchorage. Excellent trout, pike and salmon fishing access by boat and short flights to the Kvichak and the Nushagak Rivers.