Situated on the southerly end of the Nushagak Peninsula, Alaska. Access is by boat in the summer, but cannot be directly accessed by aircraft. In the winter is by snow machine or a ski plane. Terrain is gently sloping and rolling downhill with the highest ground about 25 feet above sea level. Vegetation consists of tundra, mosses, grasses, and low lying berry plants. Water frontage is cut-bank type, survey indicating 1,045 feet at southeast corner. Best use of this land is determined to be private recreation use and subsistence activities. Good duck and goose hunting in the area. Big game hunting is allowed. No utilities available, no zoning, or taxes.