OTC: Lake Minchumina
Lake Minchumina (population 11) is situated near the geographical center of Alaska, approximately five miles outside of the Denali National Park & Preserve and about 145 miles southwest of Fairbanks in interior Alaska. The roughly 13,000-acre lake is approximately nine miles long and six miles wide and is the largest lake in Alaska's interior.
Lake Minchumina falls within the continental climate zone, characterized by extreme temperature differences. January temperatures range from 40 to -70 °F; July temperatures range from 35 to 90 °F. Average annual precipitation is approximately 11 inches.
Lake Minchumina Subdivision II (ASLS 81-168) is located at the northwest comer of Lake Minchumina, approximately 4 miles northeast of the village.
South of Lake Minchumina lies a combination of foothills and lowlands that provide big game resources including caribou, moose, sheep and bear, and in the lowlands, furbearers, including mink, marten, beaver, red fox, lynx, otter, wolf and wolverine, and to the northeast in the Muddy River flats region, muskrats.
Parcel MHT 9400795
- 4.95 Acres
- Legal: F011S024W28
- Survey: ASLS 81-168
- Lot 1, Block 4
- Purchase Price:
Lake Minchumina is an unincorporated borough located in the Yukon-Koyukuk Census Area and is not subject to zoning restrictions. The Minchumina Homeowners Association, Inc. is an Alaska Non-Profit Corporation filed on July 31, 1985.
Lake Minchumina Homeowners Association
P.O. Box 36
Lake Minchumina, AK 99757
There are no public utilities available in this area. Electricity is through a buried power line located approximately 2.25 miles from the Parcel. Electrical connection arrangements will have to be made with Minchumina Power Company. A permitted landfill site is available. Auxiliary health care is provided by Lake Minchumina Rescue Squad (907-674-3215).
Maps & Survey
Note: Maps included are for graphic representation only and are intended to be used as a guide. It is the responsibility of the purchaser to review recorded subdivision plats/maps, surveys, and plat notes for specific information on easements, building setbacks, or other restrictions that will affect any individual parcel. Information is made available at the Department of Natural Resources Public Information Centers or on the web at: http://dnr.alaska.gov/landrecords/