| less than one acre|
14 November 1978
| 1917 (1917)|
| Mile 42 George Parks Hwy. and Knik Rd., Wasilla, Alaska|Teeland's Country Store Wikipedia
Teeland's Country Store is a historic retail establishment at Mile 42 of the Parks Highway (junction with Knik Road) in Wasilla, Alaska. The oldest portion of this wood frame building is a log structure at the back whose construction dates to 1905. Originally located at Knik, this log structure, then also used as a store, was moved to the newly established town of Wasilla in 1917 by its builder, O. G. Herning. Herning also built the present utilitarian wood frame structure, which still operates today. The business was purchased by Walter Teeland in 1947, giving it its present name.
The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978.