Remote Lodge On Alaska’s Largest Lake – Lake Iliamna & Kvichak River F
5,500 Sqft - 4756 U.S. Survey, Igiugig, Alaska, United States
Located where the Kvichak river starts from Lake Iliamna flowing into Bristol Bay. This is a trophy fishing area for Rainbow Trout fishing at its finest. There are also runs of Sockeye (Reds) and Silver salmon There are Grayling and Northern Pike along with Dolly Varden for some change of pace. This lodge has its own power generators, a battery/inverter system, solar panels (not installed yet) and wind generator (not installed yet). It has a new septic system for the guide cabin and for the main lodge area and also a couple of wells for water. It has 11 boats and motors, two Polaris ranger crew 800 4-wheelers, boat trailer, and a pickup in the village. This lodge first opened in 1976 and closed the business after the summer season in 2013.
Generators for electric, private water wells and two private septic systems
Approximately 5,500 sq.ft. wood frame buildings total.
Main Lodge Building: 100’ x 32’ – 3,200 sq. ft. 1 story, 1964
Client building w/ 13 ea bedrooms 10’x 12’ built in 1974, 1 bedroom has a private bathroom, all other bedrooms have a wash sink each and a bathroom in between each two bedrooms that is shared.
Utility/Laundry room 12’x 10′ or 120 sq. ft.
Shop area 10′ x 20′ = 200 sq.ft.
Guide cabin – 300 sq. ft.
Guest Cabin – 12′ x 28′ = 336 sq.ft. 1984 w/ septic and well
Battery Bldg – 6’ x 10’ contains 32 batteries built in 2000
Pickup – 2006 Pickup truck kept in the village
11 each boats and motors
New $30,000 wind mill and solar panels on site but not installed yet.
This remote property is located 65 miles north of King Salmon, Alaska at the south end outlet of Lake Iliamna at the mouth of the Kvichak river. Across the Kvichak River is the remote village of Igiugig.
Igiugig is a small village population 69, located in southwestern Alaska, on the south bank of the mouth of the Kvichak River and Lake Iliamna.