Remote areas have very little private land. That is the nature of remote. It is NOT the least expensive land, because it is greatly desired. Most land in Alaska has been sold by the state. Usually several properties will be fairly close together. A few Native allotments have come out of restricted status and are occasionally put on the market. The good news is that even those properties close to one another rarely have full time residents. Privacy is greatly valued here and you won’t find it difficult to find a private location.
It is important to remember that remote really means REMOTE. There won’t be power or water, there may be a trail, but it is unlikely you will be able to drive a vehicle larger than a four or six wheeler to it in the summer. Snow machines would be a preferred method of transportation in the winter.
There is limited waterfront in this area. Most of it is located on larger rivers. We do occasionally have some properties for sale which are boat in only, but they are rare.