File Description: Situated off College Fiord at the upper end of Prince William Sound, Coghill Lake is conveniently positioned for stopping off en-route between the Anchorage & Valdez areas. It's the actual location of a holiday cabin owned by the US Forest Service which can only be reached by floatplane, however I've added 2 airstrips to the area for extra interest. Coghill's main landing strip is sandy & partially overgrown, but has a good available length of 635m/2100' and some low-intensity edge lights. Ample parking for visitors is provided in a separate ramp area amongst the trees, reached via a basic but lit & signposted taxiway. Adjacent access by floatplane is possible using the small lagoon, as well as by College Fiord itself for larger loads. The other strip, a mile southwest across the river, only gets seasonal use by agricultural aircraft for spraying the local conifer plantations; its narrow gravel runway is slightly shorter at 588m/1930' & is a more challenging proposition with the surrounding trees and heavy brush all encroaching on the landing strip. Includes 2 versions: 1 for Eddie Denney's FS2002 mesh (recommended as this makes the airstrip profiles uneven), and another for both Eddie Denney's FS2000 mesh and the default mesh.