South Naknek is a village located 297 miles southwest of Anchorage, on the south bank of the Naknek River. South Naknek it made up of a total of 97.5 square miles, 95.0 square miles of land and 2.5 square miles of water. APC owns a total of 158,743.56 acres around South Naknek.
According to the census of 2000 there were 137 people, 46 households and 33 families residing in South Naknek with a population density of 1.4 people per square mile. Of those 137 people 13.14% were white, 1.46% black or African American, 83.94% Native American, 73% Pacific Islander, 2.19 % were Hispanic or latino of any race.
South Naknek was settled over 6,000 years ago, historically known as Sugpiaq Aleut territory.