OTC: Meyers Chuck
The natural, well-protected harbor has long been a shelter for fishing boats caught in the stormy waters of Clarence Strait. White settlers began living year-round at Meyers Chuck by the late 1800s. "Chuck" is a Chinook jargon word applied to a saltwater body that fills at high tide.
Meyers Chuck is a fishing community and home to many of retirement age who are seeking the tranquility that this remote location affords. Many residents live in the community only seasonally. The community is now part of the City and Borough of Wrangell.
Meyers Chuck is located along Clarence Strait on the northwest tip of Cleveland Peninsula. It lies 40 miles northwest of Ketchikan, and falls within the southeast maritime climate zone, characterized by cool summers, mild winters and heavy rain year-round.
MHT 9101038 and 9101039 are waterfront lots with frontage on the back chuck.
MHT 9101040 is a waterfront lot located on the east side of Meyers Island.
Parcel: MHT 9100783
- 0.916 Acres
- Legal: C071S086E05
- Survey: ASLS 85-93
- Lot 40E
- MHPAR: CRM-2535
- Purchase Price: $39,000.00
Maps & Survey
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