1 Arnold Fork Tucked away in the heart of Appalachia just beyond Stover Fork is 400 acres of scenic mountain land. Once used for mining coal this land has been reclaimed to provide extraordinary wildlife habitat. There is known elk that roam this land as well as whitetail, turkey, bear, bobcat, mountain lions, rabbit and squirrel. This tract of land is large enough to create your own hunting preserve with several great building sites for a lodge or cabins. The area is private and secluded and is a combination of level to hilly terrain with outstanding views. There is long road frontage along the Arnold Fork with water and electric available, and internal road access and several established trails through this land. There is approximately a 1000 square foot building with overhead doors and concrete floor that would be a plus to get started creating your retreat. The land is suitable for hunting, horseback riding, ATVing and hiking and will make a superior recreational wonderland.