$569,000 Lot 7 Glen Lake Park (Eureka, MT)

Lot 7 Glen Lake Park, Eureka, MT, MT 59917

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With its crystalline waters tinted in shades of blue and green, Glen Lake offers a picturesque setting framed by mountain vistas and sandy beaches. A rare opportunity presents itself to acquire a parcel of land in this coveted haven of clear waters. Encompassing 1.42 acres, this property provides a sanctuary for relaxation and recreation. Whether you opt to bring a camper for seasonal enjoyment or construct a cabin for a more enduring retreat, the possibilities are abundant. Enhance your experience by installing a dock, ideal for leisurely days spent lounging, fishing, or embarking on aquatic adventures with a kayak or paddleboard. Fishing enthusiasts will appreciate the lake's diverse offerings, such as Kokanee, Rainbow Trout, and Yellow Perch. Immerse yourself in the serene environment, observing local wildlife like geese, herons, and ducks as you navigate the tranquil 301-acre waters. Situated 60 miles south of Glen Lake, Kalispell, Montana boasts convenient access via two airports: the Kalispell City Airport and Glacier International Airport. The surrounding Eureka area, predominantly comprised of government-owned land, presents an array of recreational opportunities including hiking, camping, hunting, horseback riding, ATV expeditions, and more. Embrace the quintessential Montana lifestyle by indulging in the idyllic lakefront living that Glen Lake offers.

Local Area

Eureka, Montana centralizes along a two-mile stretch of Highway 93 in the lush Tobacco Valley. The Kootenai National Forest and the backside of Glacier National Park surround the scenic area. All year round there are activities and ways to enjoy the great outdoors. The small town is minutes from the Canadian border and also features the number one golf course in the state, the Wilderness Club. Eureka is 1 hour from three snow ski hills, 1 hour from Glacier and Waterton National Parks, and 1 hour from Glacier International Airport. Lake Koocanusa has gorgeous white-sand beaches and offers incredible fishing and boating!

Kootenai River – Blue Ribbon Fishing

Originating in British Columbia’s Kootenay National Park, the Kootenai River flows 485 miles into northwest Montana. This magnificent river supports populations of Westslope Cutthroat Trout, Bull Trout, Kokanee Salmon, and Rainbow Trout. Libby Dam was constructed with a completion in 1972 altering the river’s timing and flow. Therefore, there are various rushing waters and shallow rapids along with deep pools and mid-stream islands. Libby Dam is architecturally one of the strongest and most massive types of its kind built today. The dam generates enough electricity for over 500,000 homes.

Lake Koocanusa

As a result of the Libby Dam being built, Lake Koocanusa formed. The lake offers boating, fishing, camping, and picnicking. It is 90 miles long with white sand beaches and is home to a variety of fish species including Rainbow Trout, Westslope Cutthroat, Brook Trout, Kokanee Salmon, Burbot, Whitefish, and Kamloops (a strain of Rainbow Trout).

Kootenai National Forest

The rugged northwest corner of Montana is encompassed by 2.2 million acres of Kootenai National Forest. This forest is Montana’s premier timber-producing forest. Mountain ranges included in this forest are the Whitefish Range, Purcell Mountains, Bitterroot Range, Salish Mountains, and Cabinet Mountains. Miles of backcountry roads are available to access the forest although some are closed to motorized vehicles to protect wildlife and watershed values. Enjoy activities such as mountain biking, horseback riding, hiking, berry picking, and camping. Wildlife that are common include deer, elk, moose, and bear. Over 190 species of birds live here so birdwatchers can scan along the rivers to find eagles, great blue herons, kingfishers, and dippers to name a few.

Kootenai Falls

Be wowed by these spectacular falls! The Kootenai River flows over Kootenai Falls and can be viewed aerially from a swinging bridge! The falls were also the setting for the filming of the movie “River Wild.” It’s an attraction not to be missed!

Glacier National Park

The coveted area nicknamed the “Crown of the Continent” for obvious reasons offers gems and views of gold in the state of Montana. With over 700 miles of trails through pristine forests, alpine meadows sprinkled with bright lovely wildflowers, rugged and tenacious mountains, and spectacular sparkling lakes. Visit the historic chalets and lodges for a walk back in time or backpack, cycle, hike, or camp. While taking in the astounding sights of the glacier-carved peaks and valleys, set your binoculars on a diverse range of wildlife of bighorn sheep, mountain goats, deer, elk, ptarmigan, and both black and grizzly bears. This highway to heaven is a tough one to ever forget.

Winter Recreation

Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort

The Whitefish Mountain Ski Resort is located in Whitefish, Montana on Big Mountain. There are over 100 trails on 3,000 acres of terrain. The vertical drop on Big Mountain is 2,353 feet and is served by 11 chairlifts, two T-bars, and a magic carpet.

Montana holds a vast winter wonderland for world-class snowmobiling. There are numerous areas with groomed trails or make your own slice in the fresh snow!

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