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72.7± Acres

Beaver Creek Wild Woods

ID: 52793
Status: Available
Price: $91,000
Acres: 72.7±
Price Per Acre: $1,252
Type: Hunting Land, Recreational Land, Undeveloped Land, Timberland
Address: Old Mountain Alone Road
City, State: Heuvelton, New York
County: St. Lawrence
ZIP Code: 13654
Lat/Long: 44.5666, -75.3982
Presented By: Dan Empie
Taxes: $1,513


This secluded, 72.7-acre wooded parcel lies approximately one-half mile east of the East Road and is accessed via the ‘unimproved’ Old Mt. Alone Road, which is used and maintained by the adjoining landowners.  Access to electric and communication utility lines is available roughly four-tenths of a mile west of the property.  That being the case, consider disconnecting from all those ties to civilization and discover new found freedom ‘off the beaten path,’ on an off-grid property with options to build your own seasonal camp, or cabin!

The gem of the property is the meandering Beaver Creek which defines the eastern boundary.  A boat launch access point to the Creek is found in the northeastern corner of the property.  From there one can navigate a canoe, kayak or small row, or motor boat up and downstream to enjoy all the outdoor features this waterway has to offer!  The boat access location is roughly a 15-minute walk from the parking area (the recommended place to park and turn around a passenger vehicle) as shown on the listing maps, at the end of the drivable portion of the Old Mt. Alone Road.  Heading east from the parking area the old road becomes a trail suitable for walking or ATV type vehicles.  The terrain is relatively level which supports open wetlands and shrub swamps characteristic of this area.  Upland hardwood trees and shrubs are found along the trail as one approaches the creek.  The more predominant trees species are: red and white oak, sugar, red and silver maple, black cherry, basswood, white and black ash, beech, butternut, aspen, and elm.  White cedar is commonly found in seasonal flooded areas and along the shoreline of the creek.  One might consider the boat launch site to be the perfect setting to set up camp, fish, and enjoy the night sky around a crackling campfire.

Wildlife signs on the property are plentiful as well, with waterfowl and whitetail deer hunting being two of the current owners’ favorite activities.  Other game and non-game species you could expect to encounter in this area include; bear, grouse, turkey, woodcock, rabbit, fox, coyote, raccoon, and songbirds to name a few.

A small softwood plantation, likely planted in the 50’s or 60’s, is found just southeast of the parking area.  The pole and small sawtimber size red pine trees present would be of suitable quality and dimension for a rambunctious builder to construct several small rustic log cabins.

Outdoor enthusiasts that live in the ‘North Country,’ or visit this region, have the option to hike, bike, cross country ski, kayak, canoe, camp, motorboat, snowshoe, fish, hunt, swim, ice fish and ride their snowmobiles and ATV's, if not on their own property, not too far from where they vacation or live.

Black Lake, the Oswegatchie River, Beaver Creek and numerous smaller creeks in the area are famous for native brook trout and other popular game fish.  Anglers can launch their ‘cartop’ boat at the nearby Eel Weir State Park on the Oswegatchie River and travel for miles up the river, or take a right at the ‘Y’ to access Black Lake to pursue; large and smallmouth bass, northern pike, brown and brook trout, yellow perch, brown bullhead, crappie, channel catfish, walleye, and muskellunge.

From this location, the St. Lawrence River, the Adirondacks, numerous State Forests and Canada are within an hour’s drive, where you, your family and friends will find an enormous variety of scenic and recreational opportunities.  Not fond of traveling?  Then stay right on your property and set up camp on Beaver Creek to enjoy all the peace, solitude and natural outdoor beauty Northern New York has to offer.

Please note: The property may not be accessible from the Old Mt. Alone Road with low-clearance vehicles.  The owners advise interested parties (after contacting Timberland Realty first) to walk in from the East Road, or drive in with a high-clearance vehicle.  Passenger vehicles should not attempt to go any further on the property than the parking area as described above, and as designated on the listing maps.  Also, deer stands, boats and canoes shown in the property pix are not included in the sale of this property.


Additional Information


  • bear
  • big game
  • geese
  • quail
  • small game
  • turkey
  • waterfowl
  • whitetail deer
  • other


  • atv trails
  • bike trails
  • bird watching
  • fishing
  • hiking trails
  • hunting
  • watersports
  • other

water access

  • creek


  • mineral
  • natural gas
  • oil
  • wind
  • other

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