Gustavus, Alaska (Juneau City and Borough)
150.59 acres situated at the head of Berg Bay, a tributary of Glacier Bay, approximately 20 miles west of Gustavus, in beautiful Southeast Alaska. This pristine parcel wraps around the original home-site in a rough "U" shape and includes a little over 2,197 feet of water frontage. Mostly wooded with Hemlock and Spruce trees, with vegetation near the beach fringe producing substantial amounts of Salmonberries and Blueberries. The beach is a sandy gravel composition and generally very accessible and protected. The property benefits from several sources of potable water from Salmon Creek to the north as well as a small stream and lake along the southerly border. Moose and bear are plentiful in this area and the creek supports a healthy run of Red Salmon. The natural beauty and privacy of this property along with it's close proximity to Glacier Bay National Park plus access to fantastic fishing and hunting offer an amazing opportunity to develop a world-class lodge.