CAMPER'S/FISHERMAN'S DREAM - LEWIS CO. CAMP DIX/KINNICONICK - RED OAK LANE (formerly known as Stafford Camp Lane and Rodney McGlone Lane)- Picturesque campsite located on the waters of Kinniconick Creek in Lewis County, KY offering privacy as well as convenience! Improved with a picnic shelter with electricity -- plus an OUTHOUSE -- this lot is naturally shaded by large mature trees. Access to a remote and pristine section of Kinniconick Creek, a well-known creek known for native muskie, also ideal for canoeing, kayaking, and fishing for muskie, bass and other panfish! Located only approximately 10 miles from Vanceburg, with access from a private drive just off KY 59.AND THIS CAN BE ALL YOURS FOR JUST $20,000!!!
Boundaries shown on interactive aerial are approximate and are not guaranteed accurate. Lot size too is estimated. The lot is long and narrow; the description is a boundary description. The property has not been surveyed (and the cost of a survey is not included in the asking price or included as a term of purchase). The property is accessed by means of an easement that extends from the gravel road (identified on the interactive aerial as Stafford Camp Road, but known at one time also as the Rodney McGlone Lane and recently named Red Oak Lane) and down a slight slope towards Kinniconick Creek, then turning to the left towards the location of the picnic shelter. I have attempted to include in the interactive aerial the approximate boundaries of the property as well as that of the access easement (however the tree cover does not allow the location of the trail to show up, thus the location is approximate) from the road to the property. Tree cover does not permit the picnic shelter nor the outhouse locations to show in the aerial photograph either. The southern boundary is believed to be an old trail that runs on the ridge south of the picnic shelter and outhouse, with the Kinniconick Creek forming the north-western boundary of the property. There is a large beech "boundary" tree with hackmarks that is located near the outhouse that is supposedly in line with the northeastern boundary and then extends northward to the Kinniconick Creek (the owner reports that the outhouse is constructed at the location of where a former outhouse once stood; the picnic shelter is located in a portion of the property that once included a large cabin, now gone). The shelter is served with electricity.
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