$15,500 - Two Acre Camping Lot 30 Minutes from Ogden

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Real Estate Agent with Destination Properties

Two acre camping lot in Evergreen Park only 30 minutes from Ogden. Mountain views and wildlife at 6200' elevation for cool summer nights.  Close to Causey Reservoir, Monte Cristo, South Fork of the Ogden River. Ideal recreational property for horseback riding, ATVs, fishing, mountain biking and hunting.

No improvements (water, septic, power). Lot is approximately 3/4 mile off county-maintained road (Evergreen Park Drive). Roads above Evergreen Park Drive are not maintained by Weber County.

Driving Directions:

Highway #39 East from Huntsville approximately 9.5 miles, just past Red Cliff Ranch to Evergreen Park Drive on left. Left on Evergreen Park DR approximately 2 miles to Green Hill RD on right. (All roads above Evergreen Park DR are not maintained by Weber County.) Right on Green Hill RD, approximately 3/4 mile off Evergreen Park DR. Green Hill RD turns into Cherry Way at Spring Way intersection. Lot is on right, just beyond Oak Canyon RD. Lot address: 3036 N Cherry Way, lot #473.

I specialize on recreational property in areas including Evergreen, Causey Estates, Sunridge Highlands, Legacy Ranch and Monte Cristo.

PPR Utah Real Estate

801-745-2619

 

Evergreen Utah Camping Lot - Looking Southwest

Evergreen Utah Camping Lot - Looking West

Evergreen Utah Camping Lot - Aerial View Showing Pineview Reservoir

Evergreen Utah Camping Lot - Aerial View Showing Highway 39

Evergreen Utah Camping Lot - Aerial View of Evergreen Park

Evergreen Utah Camping Lot - Closeup Aerial View

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Jim Beitz
Keller Williams Success Realty - East Layton, UT

Like they always say - they stopped making land a long time ago.  

It's worth the dirt - the taxes are low - and it's great fun up there in the summertime.

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